Is it possible for my breast milk to run out?

Yes. Breast feeding is "demand and production" if for any reason you do not keep up with the infants needs and nurse as frequently as he needs you may not produce enough milk.
Yes. If a baby is drinking (or vigorous trying to drink) breastmilk from the breasts, faster than the breasts can make milk, then it would appear that the milk runs out.
No. Your breasts may get emptied after a feeding but they will fill back up as long as tthe stimulation of a feeding infant persists.

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1 month old baby. Switching from breast milk to formula. Poop is super runny and a mossy green. Is this normal? I myself have run out of breast milk

Poop. Your baby's stool may be green from the iron in formula. The stools may be runny for a few days as he makes the transition from breast milk to formula. If poop remains runny he may need a formula change. Read more...

How can I ship breast milk?

Yes you can. Apparently if you do it properly you can ship it. If frozen you can keep it frozen with dry ice or if you want it refrigerated use gel packs. Ship it overnight with one of the express carriers and make sure they are aware of the contents. Read more...
Dry ice. You can consider sending frozen breast milk on dry ice, but you will need help finding it. Read more...

Tips to reduce breast milk?

3 main plans. Some prefer a quick method, bind up with super sized ace wrap & or pre-pregnancy bra & stop all feeds.You are miserable for a while but it works. Some drop one feeding a day until their supply drops off. Some use the baby or a breast pump to soften the the breast when it gets painful but but only enough to release the pressure while supplementing baby for the rest of the feeding. Read more...

How to bring back my breast milk?

Supplements. It might be worth trying a supplement like fenugreek. This might increase your milk supply. Read more...

Why do I have breast milk no baby?

Get evaluated. Pregnancy of course is the most common reason for breast milk production. There can be other causes such as an overproduction of certain hormones like prolactin. Get evaluated, best wishes. Read more...
Breast milk. Possible causes for Galactorrhea include but are not limited to use of birth control pills, tricyclic antidepressants, antipsychotic meds, some sedatives,fennel, anise, fenugreek, some hypertension meds, Cocaine, Opioids,hypothyroidism, prolactinoma, renal dz, pregnancy, testosterone deficiency in men & significant breast stimulation. Read more...

How to increase my 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...