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2 years 8 months ago #275352 by Betty101
Very less milk was created by Betty101
Hello all,
I had a very difficult pregnancy. I had an emergency C section at the end. I would just love to feed my baby girl, but I don't have enough milk. Often I have a very less milk, and sometimes no milk at all. I am very concerned about her and I just want to feed my kid with natural antibodies. I'm struggling to provide milk. My husband told me that he'll seek about breastfeeding support services Toronto. Recently I came across one such service www.newmummycompany.ca/services/lactatio...eastfeeding-support/ . I think that they can help me out. What do you think about my decision?? Has anyone here had the similar situation ?? If yes how did you overcome that?? Do I really need the help of lactation consultants??

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2 years 1 month ago #277129 by Moomie Moderator
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Hi Betty

How did it go with your breastfeeding journey? Could you find anything to help you provide more/enough milk for your little girl?

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2 years 1 month ago #277135 by Jay-Bee01
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Hi Betty

Sorry to hear that your breastfeeding journey a a bumpy start, how is it going now? My BF journey sadly ended even before it began as I too had no milk but we are trying for our next little one and will most definitely make use of a lactation consultant this time around.

* TTC baby #1 for 1.5 years
(tried naturally for 1 year - anovulatory cycles)
(medicated Fertomid cycles for 5 months)
BFP - 1 Sept 2015 - un medicated cycle

TTC baby #2 - October 2017
BFP - 3 January 2018

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2 years 2 weeks ago #277438 by Aurora
Replied by Aurora on topic Very less milk
Eat carrots. Carrots are considered a galactagogue, or a food that increased milk flow. And always drink plenty of fluids. Especially before feeding.

Most importantly, our breast milk is like a law of supply and demand. The often the baby fed on you, the more the milk you will produce.

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