Is retained placental tissues effect on breast milk supply during feeding the baby?

Yes. Retained placental tissue can decrease your milk supply. It can also be a source for infection in the uterus, and can lead to bleeding problems, so it is important to have the tissue removed as soon as possible.

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Is retained placental tissue can effect on breast milk supply after child birth?

Needs treatment . Retained placental tissue must be removed. It can not be safely left. Once it is removed though it will not have a lingering effect on breast milk. Read more...

What can increase your breast milk supply? Milk slowing down and I want to continue breast feeding (possibly pregnant again)

Feed to make more. The primary inducement to increased volume is frequent and efficient emptying. If you are introducing solids, make sure you breast feed first, and use the solids as a skill builder rather than a nutrition source. We want baby to learn how to take solids, but not to the point your flow drops.Pleanty of fluids and a balanced diet helps, la leche league has some good info available on their sites. Read more...
Fenugreek. First find out if you are pregnant from your obgyn. There is an herb called fenugreek that can increase your milk supply. You can either take pills of it or there is a brand called milky! http://www.Needbrands.Com/index.Php/milky.Html which might be a little expensive, but i heard it works. But it makes you and possibly your baby smell like syrup. But if you are pregnant again, don't take any! Read more...
Several options. Fenugreek, reglan, (metoclopramide) and dom peridone may all increase milk supply. Fenugreek is over the counter, but the other two require a prescription. Dom peridone works the best. Ask your doctor for his/her recommendation and prescription. Read more...

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...

Breast milk supply worry about decline pumping at work?

Common. Pumping certainly can be helpful to continue feeding babies breast milk for mothers that work but it is not the same as your babies direct sucking. It is not uncommon for the milk supply to decrease with pumping. You may need to supplement with formula to keep up with your babies needs. Read more...

Is there a relationship between fenugreek and breast milk supply?

Increases lactation. Fenugreek supplementation has been successfully used by many women to increase lactation and breast milk supply. Read more...

Took hctz (hydrochlorothiazide) for two days. Breast milk supply has immediately, drastically reduced. Will my supply come back if I stop the medicine?

Unknown. Diuretics or "water pills" should not directly affect your breast milk production...But if it is dehydrating you, i suppose that it could. Talk to your doc about stopping it and/or really increasing your fluid intake and see if that helps. Good luck! 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...

How can I increase my breast milk supply after giving birth?

Keep going! Though your milk supply may take a few days to come in fully, keep pumping and breast feeding every 2-3 hours! it will come! the first portion of breast milk will be colostrum. While not as much in a amount as regular breast milk, it has a higher concentration of nutrients that the child needs. Read more...