My first child was a c-section and I was only 17 at the time. I don't remember being successful at my attempt to breastfeed. He was 3 weeks early. At 2 weeks old he had open heart surgery and it was during that week that I remember being engorged for the first time. I had a little leaking those first few weeks while we were still at home but it wasn't until he was in the hospital that I got completely engorged. By that time I had already given up on trying to feed him at breast and he was on bottle feeds.
The ingredients in the tea I have are:
Fengugreek, Fennel, Red Raspberry Leaf, Orange Peel, Stinging Nettle, Spearment, Anise, Caraway, Alfalfa Leaf.
Glad to hear its not definite that I'll be late in my milk coming in. I looked up all of the above herbs and there is one with contradicting information. Sometimes contraindicated during pregnancy and its Stinging Nettle....and sometimes considered a uterine tonic. I think it depends on what part of the plant your tea is made of.
Here's a few links:
Useful Herbs During PRegnancy
Herbs to Avoid While Pregnant
Herbs Useful for Low Breast Milk