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Article dated: 19 Nov 2018

Title:
D-MER: The Great Letdown We Aren't Talking About

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Dysphoric Milk Ejaculation Reflex, or D-MER presents itself with slight variations depending on the mother experiencing it, but it has one common characteristic - a wave of negative or even devastating emotion just prior to letdown. This emotional response is the consistent key component in D-MER. The breastfeeding mother experiences this surge of negative emotions about 30-90 seconds prior to her milk release when breastfeeding, pumping or with spontaneous MER.

Full story: Romper.com

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