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Should I be concerned that my milk has not come in yet?
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In brief: No
It will come in as long as your body has no underlying problem (very rare).
Just keep feeding and you will get there.

In brief: No
It will come in as long as your body has no underlying problem (very rare).
Just keep feeding and you will get there.
Dr. Scott J. Wolfson
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Dr. Lisa Roberts
Pediatrics
In brief: No
Well, it depends how old your baby is.
It may take about a week for your breast milk supply to fully come in. It is important if you are nursing for the baby to be on the breast about 8-12 times per 24 hrs in the first few weeks. This will help to not only increase your milk supply, but also ensure that your baby is satisfied. Regular checkups w/your doctor are good to be sure baby's weight is ok.

In brief: No
Well, it depends how old your baby is.
It may take about a week for your breast milk supply to fully come in. It is important if you are nursing for the baby to be on the breast about 8-12 times per 24 hrs in the first few weeks. This will help to not only increase your milk supply, but also ensure that your baby is satisfied. Regular checkups w/your doctor are good to be sure baby's weight is ok.
Dr. Lisa Roberts
Dr. Lisa Roberts
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