On this page, we have a collection of information sourced from our website on how to increase milk supply. You will find advice on specific problems connected to a low milk supply, as well as specific foods, medication and natural methods of increasing supply.
Breastfeeding Twins Milk Supply Comment
Low Milk supply with Twins by niki (Cyprus)
Μy twins spent the first month of their lives in intensive care. They had TTTS (twin to twin transfusion syndrome).
I asked the nurses to see if I could produce milk after the c-section, since I'd heard milk production is more difficult in this case.
Everything seemed ok, so I started pumping every 2-3 hours...my milk supply was next to nothing...I managed 10 mls every day...which was pitiful for twins, even if their meal was 15 mls when they were born at 43 weeks…
Is my Milk Supply Enough?
First of all, are you sure you have a low milk supply?
All babies will have infant growth spurts or also called “frequency days". Mothers almost always think that they have a low milk supply during these growth spurt times, because their baby starts to drink right through the day and becomes very fussy.
There are lactation herbs and medications that are used to increase lactation or stimulate milk production in a lactating mother. It is mostly used for increasing breast milk supply, but is sometimes used to induce lactation by those mothers who want to breastfeed their adopted babies.
seed extract is most famous for its milk supply benefits, as it is an
excellent galactagogue for induced lactation, mothers don’t need to take dangerous drugs to increase their breast milk supplies anymore.
supplemental nursing system is a feeding tube attached to a bottle that
contains either formula or breast milk for supplementary feeding at the
breast. This allows a mother to breastfeed her baby even while her baby is being
supplemented. Allowing her to increase milk supply whilst her baby is
receiving donor milk or formula.