Re: Please help: regulate breastmilk
with LLLMeg. I would also give this some time- maybe another week or two. The overproduction phase of breastfeeding is usually short, but even if it's not, you want to give your new baby a chance to get established at the breast and gaining weight really well before you tinker with your supply.
Are you using the "finish the first breast first" approach with your newborn? Instead of swapping breasts after some predetermined amount of time, you let the baby nurse as much as she wants on the first breast, and when she finishes that breast (releases it on her own), you swap her over to the other side, without worrying too much about whether or not she takes it.
Please, please don't worry about the hindmilk! All milk contains everything your baby needs to grow and thrive. A baby who gets nothing but so-called foremilk will grow and develop just fine. She may be a little gassier than average and may have green poops, but these are minor annoyances, not health problems. My second child had to deal with a crazy oversupply, and she was a frequent spitter-upper and had some pretty weird-looking diapers, but she gained weight terrifically well and developed on or ahead of schedule.
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