What if my breastmilk supply goes down?

If you don’t feel as “full” as you did in the first few weeks of breastfeeding, you may worry that you are not making enough milk for your baby. Typically, after a few months of breastfeeding, a mother’s body learns to make the right amount of milk for her baby. At this time, a mother’s breasts may no longer feel “full.” Also, the baby

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How is breastmilk made?

Breasts often become fuller and tender during pregnancy. This is a sign that the alveoli are getting ready to work. Some women do not feel these changes in their breasts. Other women may sense these changes after their baby is born. The alveoli make milk in response to the hormone prolactin (proh-LAK-tin). Prolactin rises when the baby suckles. Another hormone, oxytocin (oks-ee-TOH-suhn), also rises

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Making breastmilk

Your breasts make milk in response to your baby’s suckling. The more your baby nurses, the more milk your breasts will make. Knowing how your breasts make milk can help you understand the breastfeeding process. The breast is made up of several parts, including: How is breastmilk made? How do I know if I will make enough breastmilk? What if my breastmilk supply goes

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