The size of a woman's breasts, whether large or small, doesn't reflect their milk- making capacity, nor how easy breastfeeding is. Breasts are made up of fatty.
Breastfeeding with large breasts may be more of a challenge, but these tips can address your concerns and get breastfeeding off to the right.
Large-breasted mothers can rarely put their baby in a cradle hold and just nurse. The cross-cradle and football/clutch holds seem to be easier for learning to latch while at the same time manipulating a large amount of breast tissue. Side lying is typically easy for mothers with.