Re: Pumping no longer increasing supply
It sounds like you're doing the right thing. I know (from experience!) that it's exhausting.
One thing you might want to try is a professional scale. By weighing your baby before and after feedings, you can gain a pretty accurate picture of what your baby is taking in at the breast. Sometimes that helps point out a problem- like if the baby is routinely taking less than 2 oz at the breast, something isn't right. And sometimes, the test weights can demonstrate when everything is okay- the baby takes in 2 oz or more per feeding, and you know you don't need to supplement.
Has your baby been checked for tongue-tie? Sometimes tongue-ties are very subtle.
Also, have you been checked for physical causes of low supply- PCOS, thyroid problems, retained placenta? If not, talk to your midwife or doc!
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