Re: Beginning Relactaction advice
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The moisture you're seeing is a great sign. When a woman weans and milk production is slowing to a stop, the milk that is produced is low in quantity, often quite salty, and high in quality, containing a higher concentration of immune support factors. The fact that you're still seeing this type of milk tells you that your breast is still in production mode. And because supply = demand, if you demand more from your breasts by pumping and/or nursing, you should see your milk return.
It sounds like you're doing pretty much everything you should be doing in order to get your milk back. I would only add that you should use a really great pump, preferably a hospital-grade pump, and that if the baby will nurse, let him nurse as much as possible.
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