Re: low spply after plugged ducts
After a bad bout of plugs, it is normal to see a decrease in supply. The best way to increase supply is to nurse on demand, and if you feel like the affected breast is becoming troublesomely lopsided, try to offer that breast first. Babies tend to nurse most enthusiastically and drain the breast more thoroughly at the beginning of a feeding, and the better drained a breast is, the more milk it will produce.
Are you home with your baby, or are you working outside the home? If the latter, getting the affected breast to produce more will mean that you need to mimic the feeding pattern dscribed above using the pump. Pump the affected side longer and more frequently than usual, and you should see an increase in supply. However, don't expect it to be as fast as if you just nursed: pumps typically do not increase supply. Well as babies do.
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