Re: Low supply
When a mom is struggling with supply, supplements are nice, but the absolute best thing she can do is to increase the frequency and intensity of milk removal from the breast. This means either a) nursing more, or b) pumping more, or c) a combination of the two. Sometimes this means pumping after feedings when you are home with your baby.
Many pumping moms try to get the job done with inadequate pumps. I would make sure that you have the right pump (high-quality double electric), that it is in tip-top working order, and that you have the correct size of breast shields; poor-fitting shields can reduce pumping effectiveness. If you already have a good pump in good working order, it may be necessary to take a step up to an even better machine, like a hospital-grade rental.
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