Guide To Breastfeeding: Low Milk Supply
Breastfeeding can be hard, and figuring out the fix to your breastfeeding struggles can be even harder. From mid-night google searches to desperate help-seeking posts in online mommy-groups, getting clear, judgment free answers to your breastfeeding questions can feel impossible .
The good news is you really do not have to do this alone. As an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and mom of 5, I understand the emotional roller coaster that can accompany breastfeeding, and I'm here to help!
Are you concerned about having enough milk to meet your baby's needs?
If you can answer "yes" to any of these questions, this breastfeeding guide is for you:
Do you dream of being able to enjoy breastfeeding, but find yourself worried about if your milk is enough?
Is your baby having a hard time gaining weight the way the doctors want to see?
Is your baby constantly fussy between feeds and always seems hungry for more?
Sometimes low milk supply is a concern that is rooted in symptoms signaling something other than milk supply issues, sometimes low milk supply is simply perceived, and other times low milk supply is a very concerning situation. This guide should help!
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This free breastfeeding guide discusses common signs of low milk supply, common causes of milk supply, and my go-to recommendations for increasing milk supply.
Once you download this FREE breastfeeding guide, you can start making simple changes today that can help increase your milk supply by next week.
This guide is not a replacement for individualized care and recommendations as breastfeeding advice is not one-size-fits-all and complex situations may not respond to these common recommendations. Please seek 1:1 care if you need extra support.
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