Re: It's happening again;(
as you know, milk production is dependent upon how often your breasts are called upon to produce milk. i'm sure you've read that 2 ounces per pumping session is considered normal and that breastfeeding children on average consume 24 ounces over a 24 hour period.
so why the dip in your milk output? perhaps your body requires an increase in the amount of times per day you pump? perhaps your little man is efficient at nursing directly from the source and doesn't mind waiting for you after work.
but you said he's not hungry when you get home. so maybe he is eating more solid foods then you imagine. Is he drinking anything other than breastmilk from his bottle?
Your little man might be happy and content with the dip in your supply provided that he is being fed something other than breastmilk.
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