Re: Less milk on one side??
It's normal to have production differ between breasts. Sometimes the difference is minimal, other times it's extreme enough to cause noticeable lopsidedness. The way to increase production on the underachieving side is to remove more milk from that side more frequently, either by nursing or, if baby is unwilling to nurse much on that side, by pumping. You might want to start more feedings on the low-output side. Babies generally suckle most enthusiastically at the beginning of a nursing session.
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