Posted on 26-Feb-2020


Are you worried that your rate of lactation isn't producing enough breast milk for your baby?
Having to frequently nurse your child because he or she is hungry is a not a bad thing. A new born has a very tiny stomach that requires constant nourishment.

Lactation glands produce only as much as needed. So the more often your baby needs to feed, the more your body understands it has to increase breast milk production. In time, your body will be able to keep up with the demand.
Eat more foods that contain colostrum an lecithin to make sure that the breast milk is nutrient rich. And when your body starts to produce breast milk faster than you can hand express it out, or pump- get a lactation massage to help unclog milk ducts and also seek relief from swollen and tender breasts.
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