This definition appears very rarely
Some breastfeeding moms deal with two issues that come into play here: Oversupply and Overactive Milk Ejection Reflex (OMER). Oversupply is when a mother has more milk than her baby requires. OMER is when the milk comes out (no matter the volume) very quickly and with a lot of force…think of a fire hose. While these two challenges don’t ALWAYS go together, they very often do. Most of the moms who are dealing with milk in their tubes are dealing with one of these issues.