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Breastfeeding, but I have a very low milk supply. What can I do?
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Dr. Roman Alvarez
Pediatrics - Neonatology
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In brief: Breastfeeding.
Before you consider " a low milk supply" you need to pay attention to your infant's growth.
If the baby is gaining weight and the diapers you change are wet, you do not have a low milk supply. On the other hand if the baby is not gaining weight and the diapers are dry, you need to have the baby seen by a pediatrician right away.

In brief: Breastfeeding.
Before you consider " a low milk supply" you need to pay attention to your infant's growth.
If the baby is gaining weight and the diapers you change are wet, you do not have a low milk supply. On the other hand if the baby is not gaining weight and the diapers are dry, you need to have the baby seen by a pediatrician right away.
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