when is the correct age for breast milk weaning   

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breast milk weaning
Ideally, the child should be completely on breastfeeding for 12 months after birth. After six months, the child can be breastfed in combination with solid foods. A mother can breastfeed her child for up to four years depending on the mother's and the child's comfort. You can wean your child off of breastfeeding when it starts getting uncomfortable for you and your child. In some cases, babies tend to completely rely on mother's milk post 12 months as well. In that case, it becomes important to wean the child off of breastfeeding slowly and gradually.