Re: When do you stop taking measures to increase supply?
Does your baby enjoy nursing? If so, I don't think you should be concerned that she will wean early, even if your supply is low. My kid kept nursing for a year (age 2 to 3) even though it was only for 5 minutes once or twice a day and she got maybe an oz or two at most. She loved the closeness, she loved the act of nursing... It was no longer all about the milk, YK? I think she would have gone longer if I had continued to offer when she stopped asking to nurse.
As long as you are nursing on demand I don't think you need to be concerned about supply, even though your LO is starting to wake up with a dry diaper. I think that a lot of babies who don't like the feeling of sleeping in a wet diaper learn rather early that they can hold in the pee overnight. As long as your LO is having enough wet diapers during a 24 hour period, I just don't think you need to be worried about increasing your supply.
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