Are you worried you have a low milk supply?
It’s common to worry that your baby isn’t getting enough breast milk. This is especially true if you had set ideas of how long and often your baby would feed.
Your baby’s feeding pattern will be just as individual as their personality.
What’s normal for one baby is not for another.
Your milk supply is only considered to be low when you’re not producing enough breast milk to meet baby’s nutritional needs. There are general rules you should follow to ensure your baby feeding well. Use these to compare with your situation to judge whether you should seek advice about low milk supply.
If you find yourself with any concerns about the signs of low milk supply then please contact your health care provider or lactation advisor. They will be able to give you face to face assessment based on your individual situation.
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