After delivery, breastfeeding is one of the best moments a mother can have with her baby: intimate, connected and healthy. And it is important to continue.
Before I was able to pump five ounces in and now when I pump I only get two ounces; I pump at work and breastfeed at home. Is there anything.
Many mothers have concerns about milk supply after the early weeks You may stop leaking, you may stop feeling let-down (or feel it less), and if you a sign that milk supply has dried up and wean because of this change).
This sudden change isn't uncommon to nursing mothers, but it can cause Here are 10 tips on how to get your milk supply back up to where it once was: 1.Get lots Try to keep things relaxed and focus on the positive things.
The process of drying up your milk can take days to weeks1 depending on If you don't pump or breastfeed, your body will eventually stop.