Re: Oversupply in one breast
I think what you're doing is fine. You don't want to go to too much effort to try and correct supply 'issues' those first couple months unless they are really causing a lot of problems, which in your case I don't think they are. The diapers sound perfectly normal. At any rate, it's best to try to let your supply regulate on it's own. Offering from your low-producing breast first will boost production in that breast while at the same time, sending your other breast the signal that it is producing plenty. It's fairly normal for a mom in the first couple of months to have an enthusiastic supply. Most of the time it will regulate on its own as you and your baby work into something of a feeding pattern.
If the initial flow is bothering him, you could try letting your let-down spray into an empty bottle or washcloth or whatever, then latching him on after it slows down a little bit. You can also try nursing in a reclined position to let gravity help.
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