Doctor insights on:
Danzen To Increase Breast Milk Flow
Make sure you are: Well hydrated...drink plenty of healthy fluids such as water and low fat milk. Nurse often, which will stimulate milk letdown and release, but not so much that you get sore. Also, make sure you are nursing in a quiet restful area, so that you can relax and enjoy the closeness with your baby.Stress may decrease the flow, so try to relax. If you feel your milk supply is not good, please talk to your MD. ...Read more
Nurse often and pump: If you are trying to increase your milk production try to nurse your infant every 2-3 hours during the days, no more than 30 minutes of total feeding. After the feeding I would try to pump for 10 more minutes using a good electric pump. Make sure to drink plenty of water and eat well. Breast feeding is a sensitive supply and demand system and the more the baby demands the more milk you'll make. ...Read more
My daughter is 12 days old but I have no enough breast milk for baby requirment how could I do for increase breast milk?
Tea: Mother's milk tea is wonderful for increasing supply as is a homeopathic remedy called ricinus. Chinese medicine and acupuncture / acupressure can also increase your supply. You may also need your thyroid checked as that can be a silent cause of no milk production. Also talk to a certified lactation consultant...I hope it improves! ...Read more
My breast milk just stopped flowing as it should nothing I try I bringing it back but my son insist on pulling he doesn'twant formula what should I do?
If he is 1 year or: Older, you can wean to an open- mouth cup. Limit milk & milk products to 16-21 oz./day. If < 1 year, seek advice from a lactation specialist. A supplemental nursing system or an electric breast pump may help. The more you nurse, the more milk you make. Chronic pain or the medications you take for it may be impacting your milk supply. ...Read more
Pump or nurse more: Increasing milk supply is a classic supply vs demand. If you are also giving formula to your baby, and not nursing or pumping regularly, your milk supply will adjust accordingly. When you nurse or pump, make sure you are relaxed and comfortable and drink plenty of water. ...Read more
My breast milk supply is very low in one breast. 7oz in one and 2-3oz in other. Can I increase that one boob?
Maybe, yes: Using the more productive breast more frequently and giving the least milk productive breast more "rest" by alternating the suckling or expression of milk. However, it still may not be as productive because of a reduction in milk ducts compared to the other breast. ...Read more
I'm low on making breast-milk and my friend recommend me the product call "Mothers Love" to increase the milk. It's safe but can I give it a try?
How can I increase my breast milk supply, having 2 months baby, my milk not sufficient already taking leptaden, no use. Please help. Prefer to bf?
Fenugreek: There are several herbal supplements that supposedly help with milk supply, including fenugreek, brewers yeast, and milk thistle to name a few. Double pumping (both breasts at once) after nursing can be very effective. In the us, there is a prescription medication called "reglan" that has also been used off-label for this purpose. In other countries, "domperidone" is used. ...Read more
My baby is 11 days old, breast milk not coming in satisfactory quantity so feeding him on NESTLÉ NAN PRO1, is it safe? Give tips to increase milk
Formula is safe: If you prepare with safe water and use refrigeration. To increase your breast milk, breast feed or pump and express milk every 2-3 hours. Make sure you are drinking enough fluids and nutrition and rest, as your body needs to take care of you before using extra fluids and calories to produce milk. Sometimes the baby is too weak to breast feed well and needs the extra calories to get stronger. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a baby about a month already and I don't make enough breast-milk! I pumped both side have only 1oz, what should I do to increase more breastmilk?
Can specific foods help increase breast milk? Could I not be producing enough milk days after delivery? Fear baby is not full as I feed her for 5 minutes
Breast feeding: Staying well hydrated and eating a well balanced diet is the best. There are no particular foods that will increase your milk production. Check to see if there is a la leche league near you. They are a group specializing in breast feeding and can be very helpful with questions like you have. ...Read more