Re: Magnesium and milk supply
There have been anecdotal accounts of magnesium sulfate (MgSO4) being associated with low milk supply, but magnesium sulfate is only given to moms with preeclampsia or eclampsia. It's not the same compound that is found in antacids- that's magensium hydroxide (Mg(OH)2). What is more, the link between magnesium sulfate and low supply is VERY flimsy- moms who have preeclampsia or eclampsia tend to have a lot of different factors that could be impacting breastfeeding- like having premature babies, or early and prolonged separations from their babies.
Can you tell us what indicators you are seeing that make you think you have low supply?
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