Re: Help please with Oversupply
The way block feeding works is that you use only one breast for a certain block of time (for example 4 hours, that's a good place to start). This means your other breast gets full and stays full. That sends the message to your body that it is producing too much milk, and if that message is consistent, eventually your body will decrease the amount of milk it's making. If you get too uncomfortable, you can do what you do in the mornings- express just enough to make you comfortable, but not enough to trigger your body to make more milk (you are doing that exactly right).
I know it is frustrating, but I am willing to bet you are very close to getting it under control. Most women really start to settle into a regulated supply at around 6-8 weeks (though some women take longer).
You may have read this already, but this is a good article about oversupply and how to deal with it.
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