I have a milk oversupply problem, which leads to a forceful let-down and then gushes of milk when my month-old daughter nurses. While this is understandable at the beginning of a feeding, I notice that towards the middle or end of a feeding, when my breast becomes soft and spongy, the milk is still shooting out like a fountain. Since there seems to be so much of it, is it still the foremilk? Do I have too much foremilk? I tried to nurse my baby on the same breast for more than one feeding and find that after all the feedings, the milk flow is still pretty high. Does this mean that my milk is mostly foremilk? Can I do something to improve the quality of the milk so that my baby gets more of the rich, creamy stuff?