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How Do I Increase My Milk Supply?

Many new mothers are concerned about whether or not they are making enough milk.

However, your lactation consultant should be able to weiagh your baby using a sensitve scale, both

before and after feeding to determine how much milk your baby is really getting.

Once you have determined that you actually do have a low supply, there are things that you can

do to increase your milk supply.

First, consider pumping using an electric or manual pump.  Also, consider feeding

your baby or pumping more frequently.

Another resource for increased milk supply can be found at CD For Increased Milk Supply.

Making More Milk CD

Making More Milk CD

Robin B. Frees IBCLC is a lactation consultant with office in Malvern.

Her practice, NewBorn Concepts, also offers in home prenatal and

post natal visits by Robin and her Certified Lactation Consultants.





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represented as medical advice, or as a prescription for medical procedures. As always, you

should seek the advice of your health care provider to answer any health-related or

pregnancy-related questions or questions regarding issues surrounding your pregnancy,

labor and delivery, or before starting any new pregnancy-related program.

The content of this site is not intended to replace the advice of a medical doctor.

Persons following any course of action recommended on this site do so of their own free

will and after consultation with appropriate medical professionals.

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