Re: Please Help! Low Supply or Colic or Growth spurt?
Don't supplement; you don't need to as long as diaper output remains normal. One of the surprising things about breastfeeding is that when supply and demand are well-matched, you're rarely if ever going to feel full. It may be that your supply decreased to match baby's needs, or it could be that baby is going through a growth spurt and is taking everything you have- and there's a big growth spurt at around 3 weeks.
Just nurse, nurse, nurse, and then nurse some more. That's the solution to almost all breastfeeding problems! And don't think you have to wait for the breast to "fill up". The breast is always making milk, and it makes milk faster when the breast is kept fully drained.
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