Re: Safe ways to increase glandular tiss
with the PP. Many, maybe even most, nursing mommies eventually discover that they have one breast which is an overachiever. Sometimes it's just a mild diffrence between sides, other times it's extreme and noticeable. Often the way to cope with lopsidedness is to increase stimulation to the underperforming side, by nursing more on that side or by pumping in addition to nursing if the baby alone isn't doing the job.
It's unlikely that you somehow make "skim" milk- I'd guess that the reason you saw clear-looking milk is more about when you expressed the milk than about the overall fat percentage. Or it could be that you- like most women who have never lactated before- expected your milk to look sort of like cow's milk...? But human milk doesn't look like cow's milk. It is often thinner, it's not pasteurized or homogenized, it can be colors that a lot of people don't associate with milk (bluish, greenish, or yellowish white, even pink!).
Coolest thing my big girl said recently: "How can you tell the world is moving when you are standing on it?"
Coolest thing my little girl sang recently: "I love dat one-two pupples!"