Breast milk. You may have galactorrhea which is due to elevated prolactin levels. See your gynecologist for consultation.
Yes. Yes but with very wide variation. Every body is different.
Breast milk. It may not haveanything to fo with pregnancy. Have your gynecologist check your prolactin levels.
After delivery. Most women will begin to produce colostrum during pregnancy. Some will notice the production of milk while pregnant, but most women begin to lactate about 48 to 72 hours after delivery.
I am 34 w pregnant. What can I do now to induce breast milk production as I didn't have sufficient milk in my 1st pregnancy? Any medications or food?
Breastfeed. The best way to make more breastmilk is to breastfeed more often.
What to do if I'm wondering if nephrocalcinosis can have any impact on your breast milk supply, or cause any complications in your pregnancy?
Should not. Nephrocalcinosis can be caused by a variety of things and is usually asymptomatic, chronic and slowly progressive. It is usually an incidental finding. There should be no impact on your breast milk supply. I would coordinate with your physician if you anticipate becoming pregnant.
BREAST MILK. Your OB gives rx after delivery if you have no intention of breast feeding. Pumping breast for milk stimulates more milk production plus baby's feeding. To control breast milk after pumping is to limit the times of pumping to get milk or rest the breast. Side effect is engorgement and pain but will eventually dry up.
Breastm milk is norm. Prolactin is the hormone that stimulates breast milk production. Prolactin increases during pregnancy. It is normal for some women to begin producing breast milk early in pregnancy.
I had ceasserian on dec 4 2012.I don't have breast milk at all. Took some granules for milk production. But no use. Wat to do to have breast milk now?
Options. It is important to stay well hydrated while breastfeeding. Would recommend 96 oz of fluid, esp., water, daily. There is an herbal named fenugreek that some patients report is helpful for lactation. There is also a medication, reglan, (metoclopramide) that might help but it can have some significant side effects and therefore is not used long term.
Lactation consult. Lactation consultants can be very helpful in these situations. Many hospitals will offer this service and a simple internet search should help you find someone locally.