Re: Full breasts at 4 months
My experience with oversupply is that it can come and go and come again. Just when you think you have the oversupply monster tamed, it comes roaring back. Just keep working at it. Every time it comes back, it's a little weaker than it was the last time. Having a supply which is "regulated" does not mean that you will never have too much or too little milk. It just means that on average, you're going to have the right amount of milk.
With oversupply, small, frequent feedings are much better than spaced-out feedings. Frequent nursing prevents your from getting overfull and makes nursing easier for the baby. Is there any reason why you're trying to space out feedings? You've chosen a very long interval. On average, breastfed babies feed every 1-3 hours, for a total of 8 feedings per day (minimum). Nursing every 3-4 hours would mean that your baby would be feeding just 6-7 times a day, which is not enough for most exclusively breastfed babies.
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