I have an 8 month baby and still breastfeed but now my breasts don't fill up like before is there anything I can do to boost up my milk supply?

Natural . As the baby grows, its nutritional needs increase. You may not be able to keep up with the baby's caloric demands. Increase fluid and calories to increase your milk supply. Also, the baby is much more efficient at emptying your breasts at this age, so s/he may be plenty satisfied, just getting it done faster. But remember hormones and your usual cycles play a role in milk production as well.

Related Questions

Are there any rx's that I can take to increase milk supply? I had a prior breast reduction that affected my ability to breast feed with my 1st baby.

Medications? There are a number of reasons for low milk supply, and surgery does not always affect milk supply. One medication, which is a natural hormone, nasal oxytocin, may help release the milk. There may be side effects, so please read about his before you ask your doctor. Also, check out lowmilksupply.Org which has a number of natural ways to help increase milk production. Read more...
Probably not. Unfortunately, most women who have had breast reduction can not produce enough to adequatley feed their babies, no matter what meds or herbs they take. These little ones will need supplementation for adequate calories for growth. But don't give up breastfeeding, the nutrients you give with breastmilk are very important. Just remember to supplement each time with a formala. Read more...
Discuss with M.D. Your obstetrician may be able to give you individual advice, and guidence. Read more...