Re: Can't regulate oversupply as only on 1 breast Please hel
here's another way to think of fore/hind milk. the fat clings to the ducts - it separates just like any non-homogenized milk -, so the milk that comes out early in the feeding is less fatty, then as your baby nurses the fat mixes in. the more frequently you feed, the less separating there is, and the more similar the early and late milk is. feeding frequently - "snacks" is the most healthy thing for your baby, and will best regulate your supply as well.
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