Re: more milk please!!!
Not to worry, your English is fine!
Once your baby starts to sleep through the night, it is very common for production to slow down during the nighttime hours. Your body has a very sensitive internal clock which allows it to make the right amount of milk for the right time of day. During the day, the baby nurses a lot, and therefore she trains your body to provide a lot of milk during the day. But at night, when she sleeps instead of nursing, your body gets the message that the milk isn't needed and it reduces production. This does not mean that your supply is not enough for your baby.
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