I've maintained 8 pumps a day and yet I'm only yielding 30-40ml per session. If I'm lucky, I get a 60ml yield. I've tried all sorts of herbs and lactation goodies but I just can't seem to get anywhere. My baby is 15 weeks on 7th of January. He takes one - two bottles of breast milk that I can provide. The rest of the feeds (4 feeds) are formula. I'm really desperate to wean him off formula but I can't make enough milk. I saw a lactation consultant once and she told me I could be stressed which may inhibit my let down. Well I do get let downs but the output is still low. I've done dual, single pumps and even made sure my flange is the right size. When I use a single pump (spectra S1) with a lot of breast compressions, I get 30ml. I can't do without those compressions. Hands-free pumping still doesn't drain the milk effectively and I get prone to blocked ducts. It's so frustrating and upsetting when this happens. My baby latches but does not settle due to my low supply. I began my exclusively pumping journey a month ago because I really want to be able to give him breast milk. Should I keep going or give up... I'm back to work since January. I can pump thrice in a 6am - 1.30pm stretch and then make up for 5 sessions after that. Really wish there was something I could do.