Aaron Paul's wife Lauren has detailed the complications she's been having whilst breastfeeding their newborn daughter.

The Kind Campaign founder and the 38-year-old 'Breaking Bad' actor welcomed their daughter Story into the world earlier this month, and whilst Lauren admits her tot is her ''world'', she has revealed motherhood hasn't been without complications.

Posting a picture of Story on Instagram on Wednesday (28.02.18), Lauren shared in a lengthy caption: ''I always heard things like ''you have never known a love like this,'' or ''it's like your heart is living outside your chest,'' from different parents while I was pregnant. It was hard for me to wrap my head around how deep that love could really be. Well, it's all true. She is everything. My world. Sometimes I just stare at her and cry over how precious and pure she is.

''But let me also talk about some other real stuff here. This post labor chapter has been rough at times. Recovering from labor is no joke. I'm definitely on the mend in that department but...breastfeeding. Oh man. While it's been one of the most beautiful experiences of my life, I have developed Mastitis twice within 3 weeks. For those of you who don't know what that is, it's an infection from breastfeeding that creates severe flu-like symptoms. Yesterday I was fighting a fever that almost hit 104. It was the sickest I have ever felt. The pain and aches were unbelievable. For the mammas who have been there, I know you feel me. What I keep coming back to is the fact that I feel like all these very common issues that can come up immediately after having a baby are not really talked about and being here now, I'm feeling a responsibility to share this so that any new mamma-to-be reading this is aware of these potential issues. If I could give an upcoming mother any advice for this chapter it would be to become well educated about breastfeeding. Take a class, do your research or have conversations with other mothers. There are so many things that can happen...an oversupply of milk leading to infection, your baby having trouble latching, having an undersupply... being aware of this will be so helpful so that you will know how to avoid or handle these things. (sic)''

Lauren, 31, then sent her love to other mothers who have been suffering from similar complications, and also took a moment to congratulate those who raise children on their own.

She continued: ''So with that, I wanna give a big virtual hug to all the mammas out there who have had any type of issue breastfeeding or are dealing with anything physically or emotionally difficult, be it with you or your child. You are not alone.

''And because it's been on my mind, to all the single parents out there raising babies and children, you are an actual superhero. You are THE superhero. Never forget that. (sic)''