Re: Not sure if there's enough milk after 2 weeks of not nur
It's never too late to increase supply. Increase demand and supply will go up.
It doesn't sound like you are too far away from having all the milk you need. Breastfed babies generally take just 2-4 oz when nursing, though they often take more from bottles due to the mechanics of bottlefeeding. And pumps tend to empty the breast less well than babies do, so if your baby nurses well he can probably extract somewhat more from you than the pump can. Finally , after 9 months of nursing, feeling "flat", "deflated", or "empty" pretty much all the time is very normal. Most moms feel full only when they have extra milk, i.e. they are making more milk than the baby takes in a feeding.
I think your plan to get your supply up to the right level is a good one. The only thing you might want to do in addition to what you're already doing is to throw some pump sessions into your delay. Pumping after feeding signals your body that there's intense demand for milk, and as a result you should see increased supply.
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