Re: Pump producutiion dwindling
Here's a link which may be helpful:I'm not pumping enough milk. What can I do? I would definitely check your pump, and try to add pumping sessions both at work and when you are with your baby.
As a last resort, after trying herbal remedies for increasing supply (fenugreek, blessed thistle, oatmeal), there are prescription drugs (Reglan, available in the US, and Domperidone, available in Canada and the UK) which can increase milk supply as a side-effect. Both have additional side-effects and are not for every mom, so talk to your midwife or doctor before taking either one.
If nothing works, and you can't increase supply, you should do just fine pumping what you can and nursing your baby when you're together. Your body has an amazing internal clock which knows to make the right amount of milk for the right time of day.
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