Ok, probably won't get one response to this, but I am a 3 year breast cancer survivor and just had my first post breast cancer baby. My question is does anyone have experience on breastfeeding on one side. The cancer side (had radiation and lumpectomy) doesn't produce milk, but the other side is producing enough to feed on demand. I can't really pump much because it seems like when I do, she is ready to eat 5 minutes later. Just wondered if anyone had success breastfeeding long term on only one side. I am due to go back to work in three weeks and am concerned I will have to switch to formula...help!!
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