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What Can I Do to Help Increase My Breast Milk Supply?

Have you noticed that your milk supply is decreasing?  Are you wanting to start producing more breast milk to build up a freezer stash?  Your milk supply can fluctuate for a variety of reasons and if you aren’t producing enough breast milk your baby could be still be baby hungry after a feeding.  There are ways that you can naturally increase your breast…

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Added by Christy Garrett on June 22, 2013 at 2:25pm — No Comments

How Can I Determine If I Am Pumping Enough Breast Milk For My Baby?

Many mothers who pump breast milk for their baby often wonder if they are pumping enough milk to keep up with their babies demands while they are away from their baby. Some moms barely pump enough milk to feed their baby while other moms are considered over producers. Your breast milk is produced using supply in demand, if you need to increase your milk you will…

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