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In order to understand how to increase your milk supply it is important to understand how the process of milk production works. You may have heard that breast milk supply is based on supply and demand, but milk production isn’t initially based on supply and demand. After you give birth, hormones in your body tell your breasts to start making milk. During this time pe
This is just what I was looking for, since my next babe will be here in less than 3 weeks, and this will be my third attempt at breast feeding. The other two times, weren't successful. I'm sure that these tips will help. Thank YOU!!
the only thing I didn't like about this article is that it suggested Reglan when that drug has been shown to be harmful to nursing babies, causing neurological problems. There ares currently several lawsuits pending against the company because of neurological problems it has caused both for mothers and the babies.