First of all, let me say I do not think I have too much milk. I have been striving over the last few days to up my supply and get my baby off supplements, which we have done. Although I can't see my milk supply, of course, it does seem to be more. (The reason she was on supplements is that she had not learned to latch and had lost a lot of weight at the beginning. All this then decreased my supply.)
I do have a pretty active letdown, but do not know if it is so much as to be a problem.
I do not leak now between feedings as I did earlier on, except during the night when there's longer time between feedings. However, the letdown comes early, maybe within a minute of starting the feeding. My one-month-old makes noble efforts to cope with it, swallowing hard to get it down. She's quite good at handling it. Sometimes she does back off though, and I stop the flow with a burp cloth. Occasionally she chokes but not terribly often.
Usually both breasts get stimulated at once; the tingling in the "not in use" breast, and starting to leak, is what alerts me the milk flow is going to speed up in the other one. Yet sometimes the milk that comes out, when I observe it, looks like hindmilk, not the watery foremilk.
Baby often has green stools, more often than yellow ones, but they are not frothy. They're a similar consistency to the yellow ones, maybe a bit drier.
Does this sound like it is a problem? I was also wondering if the stools could be due to dairy in my diet. I don't really want to worry about my letdown, since diaper output and weight gain are good, but should I be worrying? Thank you!