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How to increase breast milk supply

Ankita A Talwar
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How to increase breast milk supply

During breastfeeding, all mothers are ridden with this thought that "is my body producing ample milk for my baby or is my child left hungry?" While time and again each paediatrician and gynaecologist will assure you that each mother's milk is sufficient for her child, reassuring a new mother is not so easy. However, the fact is that if your baby is gaining sufficient weight and otherwise seems healthy and content, you are producing enough for him. Although there are a few mothers who battle low milk supply issues, most of the times it is the improper latching that is the culprit. Make sure that you breastfeed on demand and for as long as your baby wants.

Low Milk Supply In Breastfeeding Mothers

Science has proven that a mother's body is adaptive to her baby's demands. This essentially means that the more your breastfeed, the more your body produces. In the initial days, it is very important to feed the baby on demand to maintain optimum supply. Supplementing with formula can actually affect the production of milk, and is best avoided unless the demand-supply ratio is well maintained. If you are concerned about your breast milk supply, you should seek your doctor's help as some medical conditions can cause your body to produce less milk. If it is essentially necessary to supplement, it is best to feed the baby your own pumped milk.

What Causes Low Milk Supply In Breastfeeding Mothers?

The below listed can hamper or lower the breast milk supply:

  • Supplementing: If you are supplementing with formula, especially in the initial days after the birth, your breast milk supply could be interfered. Working on a demand-and-supply mechanism, the lesser your baby feeds, the lesser milk your body makes
  • Using pacifiers: Pacifiers can make it difficult for your baby to latch on the breast properly, and she may start preferring the same over the breast. This can cause considerable decrease in breast milk supply
  • Not feeding on demand: Babies have tiny tummies and can feel hungry soon after a feeding. Scheduled feedings interfere the production of milk and hence it is strongly advised to feed your baby on demand
  • Baby's medical conditions: Having a premature baby, or a baby who develops jaundice, or babies with anatomical problems may not be able to feed properly causing the breast milk supply to decrease
  • Using nipple shields: Though useful when you have sore or cracked nipples, but nipple shields when used for longer periods of time can again impact the demand and supply mechanism of the body
  • Bottle feeding: Bottle feeding requires different latching and sucking techniques than breastfeeding. It is also much easier to feed on a bottle because the flow is better and quick. However, babies who get used to bottle feeding will feed less on the breast and hence affect the milk supply
  • Shorter nursing sessions: Breastfeeding takes time, and it is a slow process. If you limit nursing sessions to a few minutes, your baby only gets the thin foremilk and does not have the calorie rich hindmilk. This can again send the signal to your body to produce less milk
  • Mother's health: Breastmilk supply can also get affected if the mother suffers from hypothyroidism, has had a recent breast surgery, has PCOS or suffers from any other illness

How Can Breast Milk Supply Be Increased Naturally At Home?

So, here are some tips that will help improve lactation:

  1. Relax: Might sound paradoxical, but the more you stress, the lesser your body will be able to produce milk. Studies have shown the stress can reduce the production of oxytocin, a hormone responsible for milk production. Go for a walk, listen to some calming music, think happy thoughts and be relaxed
  2. Nurse more: The sucking motion of the baby stimulates milk production and therefore the more you nurse, the more your breasts will produce milk. Fact is that in spite of you feeling that your baby will not be satisfied after your feed, if you don't feed, your body will not produce milk. So basically you create a demand supply cycle for yourself
  3. Be confident: Pregnancy and motherhood are times when everyone feels they know how to guide you. A mother-in-law may suggest that there is not sufficient let down of milk and your baby is hungry. Trust yourself. Listening too much to negativity will affect your willingness to feed. Politely tell them that if the baby wants feed again even after a short gap, you will feed, but are not willing to give the child top feed
  4. Don't get pressured: Even if your child demands feed every 45 minutes, it is okay! Babies have tiny tummies and cannot hold more than a few ounces for longer times at each feeding. Each child has a separate feeding pattern and so even if your child gives you a gap of 45 minutes between each feed session, rest assured your baby is getting enough milk
  5. Watch out for signs: How do you know your child is feeding enough? Simply by his output! What goes in comes out so if he is peeing and pooping regularly, then something is going inside him and his body is processing the same. Another indication is optimum weight gain in the baby. Be happy!
  6. Have a healthy diet: If you eat healthy, your body will be able to produce enough milk. So, rather than focusing on heavy foods, focus on the right diet. Have ample to eat and do not even think of cutting back on your food to lose the baby fat. That can wait. Eat enough cereals, milk and milk products, dry fruits etc.
  7. Focus on let down of milk: Sometimes, even though your body maybe producing sufficient milk, it might not be available to the child because of improper let down of milk. For this: have plenty of fluids, before, after and during feeding; be stress-free; ensure baby latches on properly (the child should be suckling on the entire areola and not just on the nipple
  8. Offer both breasts: Once the baby is done with one side and it feels softer, offer her the other breast. Offering one breast at a time works when the milk supply is well established, until then make sure you offer both breasts to your baby
  9. Rule out latching problems: Improper latching will leave your baby hungry and milk from your breasts will not be removed completely. This will again cause breast milk supply to diminish. Make sure the baby is latched properly and is sucking well
  10. Focus on galactogogue-rich foods: Certain foods such as jeera, ajwain, saunf are scientifically known to help increase lactation. So include these in your diet. Boil them in water and consume that water, or simply mix and grind these to make a churan of sorts and eat that
  11. Supplement intake: In case, you are still not convinced about lactation, there are some supplements available in the market in both powder and capsule form that can be had to increase lacatation. Lactonic and Galact are some of the brands. You can ask your doctor for advice on these
  12. Consider pumping: Whenever you are away from your baby, make sure you pump and remove the milk so that the body does not get the signal that the milk is not required. Pumping does not have the similar stimulating effect as a baby sucking, but it helps maintain the milk supply anyway

To conclude, go back with the thought that you are the best mother your baby could have!

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Niti Saboo

| Sep 04, 2017

inverted nipples ka kya solution ha ? plz tell me

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Reena Morya

| Aug 30, 2017

thanks

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Joffi Thomson

| Aug 25, 2017

lovely!

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Abidha Punnassery

| Aug 14, 2017

Thanks a lot

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Prachi Bhargav Barve

| Aug 14, 2017

Thnx a lot...

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hemlata das

| Aug 13, 2017

thnx its too effective.

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Dhanuja Thulasi

| Aug 10, 2017

Thank you. I found this article very useful. My baby had a lower birth weight. Though she is gaining weight she looks small. I even doubted if my body is producing enough milk. The main problem with her is after each feed she pee at least 3 times and immediately feels hungry .Also she go to potty only once during two days.. Now she keeps chewing her fingers all the time and do not cry when she is hungry. This makes me clueless if she is hungry or not.. how can we avoid this habit

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Anuja Desai

| Jul 02, 2017

Thank u so much mam i am facing low milk supply since yesterday as my breast are not getting heavy as it used to be what should i do immediately am i satisfying my child or not is bothering me a lot

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Viral Jani

| Jun 10, 2017

thanks ankitamam

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Gowthami Saripalli

| Jun 09, 2017

Thank u so much, for ur valuable suggestions mam,

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Deepa K

| Jun 09, 2017

thank you ankita mam for your motivational words.... dear moms please stop worrying.. read this article everytime you feel that your body doesn't produce enough milk.. my baby is 3 months old, i too have most of the issues like baby taking 45 mins or more to feed, lots of cry, not sleeping well, looking small despite of gaining wt(bw was 2. 3kg and now 3. 8kg).... in the first month i was totally disturbed thinking whether my bm is sufficient or not.. my mom, grand ma, mom in law everyone doubted the same. they didn't get convinced about the wt gain they kept telling baby looks very small and weak............ but I very much want to give the best of the best which is definitely the bm, so I worked on controlling my thoughts to be stress free and not to worry.. I learnt from various articles that Babies feeding crying sleeping patterns differ from one to the other, there is no need to worry.. if baby doesn't sleep properly one day the next day she'll sleep more and is the same for other things.. just look for the output as mentioned in this article nothing else is needed to be considered for switching to fm.. all the best mommies....... be happy.. give your child the best gift..

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Prerana Bhalla

| Jun 09, 2017

thank u so much for sharing such a helpful info. really its illustrated beautifully.

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Pratima Ghosh

| Jun 09, 2017

Thankyou very much for the information but is this applicable for a mother of eleven month child?

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Parul

| Nov 09, 2016

Hi all my son is 3 weeks old , trying on EBF but his weight gain has bn only 100 gm his poo n pee count is normal . Is my feed enough, he goes into deep sleep once he starts feeding .

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Suchi Deepak

| Jun 08, 2016

Hi,my baby is 3month and 5 days old .her weight is 6. 5kg.. is it normal weight ?

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Dhivya saii

| Jun 08, 2016

Hi Thanks for the info. ..I have a small query I am feeding for 45 mins and if my baby passes urine 1 or 2 times in the mean while will they get hunger immediately? my in laws used to say by seeing the line on my baby. .If the line is not there then it means his stomach is full ...is it true?????? please clarify.

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Dhivya saii

| Jun 08, 2016

Hi Thanks for the info. ..I have a small query I am feeding for 45 mins and if my baby passes urine 1 or 2 times in the mean while will they get hunger immediately? my in laws used to say by seeing the line on my baby. .If the line is not there then it means his stomach is full ...is it true?????? please clarify.

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janhavi hire

| Jun 07, 2016

After 3-4 days of advaits birth my breast is full of milk but its cant come out after that my breast cant produsing enough milk for my baby

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janhavi hire

| Jun 07, 2016

After 3-4 days of advaits birth my breast is full of milk but its cant come out after that my breast cant produsing enough milk for my baby

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janhavi hire

| Jun 07, 2016

After 3-4 days of advaits birth my breast is full of milk but its cant come out after that my breast cant produsing enough milk for my baby

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janhavi hire

| Jun 07, 2016

After 3-4 days of advaits birth my breast is full of milk but its cant come out after that my breast cant produsing enough milk for my baby

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rabecca manoj

| Jun 04, 2016

dis articl is very useful to me....

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rabecca manoj

| Jun 04, 2016

dis articl is very useful to me....

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rabecca manoj

| Jun 04, 2016

dis articl is very useful to me....

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suchi mahapatra

| May 30, 2016

I am getting less milk my kid is only 8 months old. I m a working lady please suggest me how I can increase my breast milk

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suchi mahapatra

| May 30, 2016

I am getting less milk my kid is only 8 months old. I m a working lady please suggest me how I can increase my breast milk

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Vrushali Nahar

| May 29, 2016

really vry helfful blog... !

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Swati Metkar

| May 27, 2016

nice blog. I was also worried till my baby was 2-3 months old, then the milk gradually increased with my positive thoughts and yes with the proper diet. we should drink a glass of water before and after feeding as milk consists 95% water. very imp to drink at least half a litter milk in one day, it improves our and baby's calcium. :) cheers.

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Sneha Shrinivas

| May 27, 2016

Very useful Information.... Thanks

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Ankita Khare

| May 27, 2016

very effective information

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Ankita Khare

| May 27, 2016

very effective information

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Raveena Emmanuel

| May 02, 2016

hi my son is 11/months old and he is not yet walking. is that normal

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Raveena Emmanuel

| May 02, 2016

hi my son is 11/months old and he is not yet walking. is that normal

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Aslesha Rao

| Apr 18, 2016

Shatavari powder is very very gud n effective for increasing milk ... I m taking it from 3 month of pregnancy (pre pregnancy).....

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Noopur Agarwal

| Apr 16, 2016

Good one

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Shilpa Grace

| Apr 15, 2016

Good one

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priyanka yadav

| Apr 04, 2016

It is easily available in patanjali. &at Ayurvedic medicinal shops

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Joyita Ray

| Apr 02, 2016

Hi plz suggest where would shatawari kalp powder be available

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Prakriti Lande

| Jan 17, 2016

Hi, also u can take 2 spoon if shatawari kalp powder wid 1 glass of milk. It's really effective n increases milk production.

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Unnati Joshi

| Jan 16, 2016

Try leptaden.... it's increase milk supply... And drink plenty of water..

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Samarpita Sarkar

| Jan 15, 2016

Hi all, I have 3 month old baby.. He is on bf from the beginning... I take following to maintain supply 1. Domstal 10 mg.. 2-2-2.. 3 times a day 2. Shatavarex with milk.. 3 times a day 3. Lactare capsules ..2-2-2..3 times a day 4. Halim kheer twice a day 5. Methi ladoo 2 times a day 6. Ajwain-til mixture after evry meal 7. Carom seeds- garlic with ghee mixed in rice Besides this pumping at least once a day and frequent feeding has helped me in maintain and increase supply.. Thanks Samarpita

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Priyanka Saha

| Jan 13, 2016

How can i increase my breast milk for my 4. 15 month old baby.

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Ashwini Ruikar

| Jan 12, 2016

Hi, my baby is 4 month old.. she did not drink my breast milk.. if I tryied she start crying. day by day milk production is less. wt should I do my baby start drink breast milk

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Ashwini Ruikar

| Jan 12, 2016

Hi, my baby is 4 month old.. she did not drink my breast milk.. if I tryied she start crying. day by day milk production is less. wt should I do my baby start drink breast milk

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Ashwini Ruikar

| Jan 12, 2016

Hi, my baby is 4 month old.. she did not drink my breast milk.. if I tryied she start crying. day by day milk production is less. wt should I do my baby start drink breast milk

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Chandana Mohapatra

| Jan 12, 2016

My baby is 1 month old and he is not taking breastfeeding from starting. at first I was unable to feed him as I was very much sick after delivery. And now I am trying to feed him at my best but he starts crying when I try to give breastfeeding. He is taking only bottle feeding. As he is a small baby at least 6 month he needs breastfeeding. Plz guide me and suggest what I can do to feed him.

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shweta Sinha

| Jan 09, 2016

Hi my baby is only 11 days old.. she did not drink my breast milk.. if I tryied she start crying. day by day milk production is less. wt should I do my baby start drink breast milk.

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Ambika Devi

| Jan 09, 2016

Hi i have a month old baby she was not latching my breasts. So we started top feeds and express milk... But she try to come closer to my breasts for latching.. She drnks for 5 tp men mon and let go ... She doesn't demand for feed quite often does it mean she is getting enough or is there any problem. How often should a month old baby demand for a feed or do i wake her up and feed...

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Neha Kale

| Jan 07, 2016

Dis is for those who thk dy produce insufficient milk try mama's best protine powder nd shatawari daily for 2tyms a day with milk.

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Neha Kale

| Jan 07, 2016

Thks shweta..

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Jhansi Rani

| Jan 07, 2016

Hi my baby girl is one month old she feeds for more than 30 mins but will cry in 30 mins itself for breastfeeding. My mother says that u r not producing sufficient milk for the baby that's why she is not sleeping. I'm using lactare granules in milk to produce milk. Please suggest me ankita. What is the reason my baby not sleeping even after feeding.

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Nikita Pillay

| Jan 07, 2016

Hi Ankita. Thank you very much for the post. I have a 3 months old baby. Due to pregnancy I have got piles and fischers. I am taking ayurvedic medicine for it since last few weeks and I am not supposed to eat dairy products or non veg, dry fruits, no roots or leafy vegetables. I am only supposed to eat dal-chawal, cauliflower, bitterguard, ladies finger and in fruits only pomegranate. I can take milk only once a day. Will this diet affect my milk production and nutrition for baby.

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sadaf khan

| Jan 07, 2016

Hi, I to hv a same ? Dat of megah butala. Plz answer the question.

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Vidita Pradhan

| Jan 06, 2016

My son keeps on sucking atleast for 45 mins does that mean my milk flow is slow.. also he gets up soon after drinking my milk

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ranju sajo

| Jan 06, 2016

This msg really meant a lot to me

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Sushree Sangita

| Jan 06, 2016

I am satisfied with the tips

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Shilps BM

| Jan 06, 2016

Hi. Even I hv same thing as ashwini devi said. My baby too is 1 N half month old. She sleeps late night n she cry very much N will sleep during morning. Plz suggest me what to do.

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ashwini devi

| Jan 06, 2016

Hi all very useful information about lactation my son is 2months old he is not sleeping nites what to do he sleeps in morning an I hav lot household work as am a housewife an not getting proper rest am feeling very week this days can u suggest me please..

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Nishaa Ranga

| Jan 05, 2016

Very useful tips!My baby is 2 months old and her birth weight was 3. 28kg. She weighed 4. 4 during last visit. Is her weight gain good?She is passing stools only once in 7 days. This makes me think if she is getting enough milk? Also I feed only on demand,at times she doesn't demand even for more than 5 hrs in the night. Is it OK?

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shweta s

| Jan 05, 2016

@neha kale... Hii mam.. Don't give your baby top feed, coz the babies getting only breast feed minimum for 6 months are more immune... Initially all bbabies who a fall in weight.. Don't worry much and take him only on breast feed at least for 6 months

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anamika hazra

| Jan 05, 2016

Thank u... it is vry useful.

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Gopika Deb

| Jan 05, 2016

Thanks for the tips, however my 1 week old baby is underweight and is not able to suck the areola he only sucks nipple, that too from one side and not the other. Kindly suggest how to make him used to take feed in a proper manner. Have a good day.

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Tanu Aggarwal

| Jan 05, 2016

Thanks so much... It is very helpful..

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Neha Kale

| Jan 04, 2016

Thank u for d article,dis kind of articles keep motivating al moms. My baby is 3month old his birth weight was 2. 5kg initialy he didnot gained any weight for abt 1nd half month so doc suggestd to giv top feed so i strd giveing hm topfeed (cow milk) for 3times a day nd he startd gaining weight nw his wieght is 3. 8kg but d thg is aftr evry 15-20dayz hez suffering from loosemotions plz tel me wat shd i do i cnnot stop topfeed once i tried formula milk but he didt acceptd it.

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Fatema Kapadia

| Jan 04, 2016

Hii... thank you for ur article ma'am!its v encouraging!!i still have this thought in my mind that my milk is not enough for my 3month old baby. during the 1st month d the doc told me that my baby was underweight nd she ws sucking a lot of air while breast feeding ..so started wd top feed! The doc sugested alternate breast feed n top feed but i try n give her more of breast feed n jus twice top feed ...bt whenever shes on my feed shes cranky, searches fr milk, within an hour evn after proper half an hour of feeding... m having al d things which one would sugest fr increasing lactation.. evn those lactonic granules!!what do i do?? Plz note-during her last chekup she ws 4kg400 gms n birthweight-2kgs 800gms

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neha khatter

| Jan 04, 2016

Thank u. it's so useful information.

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Ankita A Talwar

| Jan 04, 2016

Hi Sakshi, This is more an issue of interpersonal behaviour dynamics. I suggest that you sit and talk to your mom-in-law and tell her that each mother and child is different and that your baby needs 30-45 minutes of feeding. You could share printout of articles with her citing similar points. Or speak to your paediatrician and gynaecologist to talk to your mother-in-law. Sometimes, the mother-in-law just wants to hold her grandchild for long and feels insecure that the mother is keeping the child too much to herself on the pretext of feeding. So, once the feeding is done, let the mom-in-law burp the baby, play with the baby, and get her fill of the child too. The rest you have to possibly accept the fact that they may still not agree. In that case, just be strong and believe that what you are doing for your child is best for him/her. hope this helps.

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sakshi mishra

| Jan 03, 2016

Thankyou Ankita for such informative blog, I'm new member of this grouo. One of my freind and me too have some resonating experiences off harsh behaviour from our in laws stating that they could fed their children in 5 min and they had enormous amount of milk to feed their children even my frndz mother in law complains that she is feeding her 1 month baby too many times and she has no other work instead of feedong her daughter, all over it she even forces to fee baby goat milk... pathetic becomes the situation to handle. Can you please suggest how to handle such kind of situation anx how to convince them the baby needs a 30-45 min. time for feeding

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Neha Vaze

| Nov 25, 2015

Hi.. one side produces less milk.. wat do I do..

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Sushmita Nair

| Nov 25, 2015

V useful info thanks for sharing

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Yashaswini gowda

| Nov 24, 2015

@ megha batula If you think ur baby is taking only foremilk and not the hindmilk, try expressing out the first 10-20ml of ur breastmilk before a feed. You should this only if the baby has gone 3-4hrs between feeds. If you are feeding ur baby every 1-2 hrs then no need to express. The more you feed , the more fat content in ur milk.

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Megha Butala

| Nov 20, 2015

.hello all, I feel my milk production is low, as my son doesn't drink for more than 5-10 mins from one side, n dey don't get engorged every time after he has, most of the times my breasts remains soft always.... I m also taking sataavri, n other tablets too... what should I do n also his weight gain is not enough ....though urine output is good. doc saying he is taking only fore milk n nt d he and milk.... BT he doesn't take more than 10 mins.... so he shud I chng his habit. I had to start wid nan pro as he WS staying very cranky ...n his crankshaft ness has improved der after

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Ankita A Talwar

| Nov 20, 2015

Hi Bhuvana, If the child is gainign weight and growing, then your milk supply is sufficient. dont worry about heaviness in the breasts or not.

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Ankita A Talwar

| Nov 20, 2015

Hi Sharmila, maybe you need to burp the child after feeding.

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Bhuvana Sriram

| Nov 18, 2015

My baby is 3 and half month old whether my milk is enough for him ? I don't feel heavyness in my breast

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Shreema Patel

| Nov 17, 2015

Hello mummies. I m new member. My son is 1 mnth old. I hv problem that before someday bf start but it's only about 1 Oz per one time when pumping. My son latching but sleeping while latching. Before bf I gv him powder milk nd it's 4 Oz. So my que is my bf 1 Oz is now enough for my child? BECOZ 4oz powder milk he is taking so... I m confused.

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Akhila Edukulla

| Nov 16, 2015

Thanks for the info... i m mother of 7 months old baby boy his weight is around 7. 5kgs he was born with low weight 1. 8kg i mean during 36th week. plz suggest

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Jyothi Jai

| Nov 16, 2015

My baby used to feed fr an hour... doze off.. and get up in 10 mins crying loud... I thought his tummy is not full and fed again.. just to realize a week later that I did not have enough milk supply... so it's qte tricky when pple say it's ok if baby feeds fr long... his urine output was fine.. my baby lost 15% of wt post birth.. had to start formula feed Bcoz of that... so mothers plz be aware...

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mansi agarwal

| Nov 16, 2015

What should we eat in 9th week of pregnancy

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sunita nayak

| Nov 16, 2015

Thanks a lot. my baby is 7moths old. bt he z v thin just 7kg. i dnt knw wht to do?bt v much tensed regarding his health.

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Rohini Pable

| Nov 06, 2015

What will I do

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Shipra Joseph

| Nov 03, 2015

I have been taking Lactonic granules ( recommended by my gyane) and it is really effective

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Sharmila Bose

| Oct 31, 2015

Some times I supply milk and some time I don't my son cries after nurses

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shilpa shukla dixit

| Oct 31, 2015

Very helpful.....

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Preethi natarajan

| Oct 31, 2015

Very much useful for new mothers.... Thanks. ..

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archana charvika

| Oct 29, 2015

Very useful,thanks!!!

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Charmi Patel

| Oct 28, 2015

Thanks its very much useful..

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Avantika

| Oct 26, 2015

Informative!!thankyou

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Lakshmi Goswami

| Oct 26, 2015

The information is absolutely relevant and proven with the time..

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Ankita A Talwar

| Oct 23, 2015

Thankyou everyone for your encouraging words. Hope these tips help all our new mommies!

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Venugopal

| Oct 22, 2015

Nice blog

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menaka gupta

| Oct 22, 2015

Thank you soo much.. it increases my confidence..

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MEGHAMALA MOITRA

| Oct 22, 2015

Thanks for providing such rational ideas.

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Aditi Rathore

| Oct 21, 2015

Intake of galact powder on a regular basis really helps

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Khushboo Jariwala

| Oct 21, 2015

Thank u so much It gives a new mommy , like me , a lot of confidence !!

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Prudvi Raj

| Oct 21, 2015

Very useful information... thank you

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Ankita Tuteja

| Oct 21, 2015

Very informative... thanx

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akansha varshney

| Oct 21, 2015

Superb information :)

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Vaishali Rupvate

| Oct 21, 2015

Tysm. your information help me n my baby too.

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sowmya rakesh

| Oct 21, 2015

Tq for the article useful infrmtn

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amruta jamdade

| Oct 21, 2015

Nice article. .

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Bhavana Bhogavilli

| Oct 20, 2015

Very useful information... thanks a lot

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Bhargavi Kulkarni

| Oct 20, 2015

I have followed the exactly same

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Parvathy Nikhil

| Oct 20, 2015

Thanks for the article.... It is very helpful...

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aditya de

| Oct 20, 2015

Thanks for the article... Very useful...

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aditya de

| Oct 20, 2015

Thanks for the article... Very useful...

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Olina Xan

| Oct 20, 2015

Very useful information.. Keep going.

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ramanpreetkaurbedi

| Oct 20, 2015

Thanks for the useful information

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Neha Chopra

| Oct 20, 2015

Thank you for the motivating words

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Neha Agarwal

| Oct 20, 2015

thanx for such useful tips

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 20, 2015

Indeed a very useful article for breastfeeding mothers! keep up the good work Ankita!

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yogesh kuware

| Oct 20, 2015

Useful.... tnx

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Madhavi Mehta

| Oct 20, 2015

A great article for new mothers

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