with rcsmom. Supplements are helpful, but the fact is that they can't help nearly as much as pumping frequently with a high-quality pump, or nursing (provided the baby is nursing well). This isn't to say don't use the Reglan- but don't expect it to make up the shortfall on its own. You've got to do the work with the pump. And I hate to say it because I KNOW how much work exclusive pumping is (I did it for a while when my first daughter was a newborn), but pumping 3 times a day is not going to get the job done. If you want to be successful at pumping 100% of your baby's needs, you need to figure out how to maintain your pumping schedule even when you run into a very busy day.
You can do this, Mama! Get in there with the pump and pump, pump, pump! Or nurse. It's so much easier in the long run than pumping is. Can you see a lactation consultant, preferably an IBCLC?
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