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 may only nurse for short periods, such as five minutes at each feeding. These are not signs of lower milk supply. The mother's body adjusts to meet the needs of her baby, and the baby gets very good at getting milk from the breast. It's also normal for your baby to continue to nurse longer on each breast at each feeding.