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  1. Re: Drastic drop in supply for no apparent reason!!!

    Only when there is some physical explanation for the low supply. Like pregnancy, or use of breastfeeding-unfriendly hormonal contraceptives or other medications, or medical problems like retained...
  2. Re: Drastic drop in supply for no apparent reason!!!

    :ita 48 hours isn't enough, particularly because you are using a relatively lightweight pump. Be persistent, be patient, and stay alert for incremental increases.
  3. Re: Drastic drop in supply for no apparent reason!!!

    Okay, so I am not a huge fan of the APY. I used one and found it to be underpowered. How about moving up to a better machine- e.g. Hygeia Enjoye or Medela Pump in Style- in addition to adding...
  4. Re: Drastic drop in supply for no apparent reason!!!

    :ita I think the first thing to try is to add in another pump session. What sort of pump are you using?

    Pumps are great because they give nursing moms the freedom to work or whatever without...
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