Re: stomache flu and no milk?
Sorry about the stomach flu! Illness, particularly illness combined with dehydration, can cause a drop in supply. Whether or not that decrease is temporary is in part up to nature- many moms see a rebound as soon as the illness passes- and in part up to you and your baby. If you're home with your baby, you can generally rely on him to nurse frequently and thereby increase your supply back up to where it needs to be. If you're working, you have to mimic that feeding pattern using the pump, pumping more often and for longer time periods than you ordinarily would.
This is my go-to link for troubleshooting pumping issues: http://www.kellymom.com/bf/pumping/p..._decrease.html
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