Is it possible to lack breast milk when breastfeeding my baby?

Postnatal, Your questions

My baby wants to breastfeed all the time like they are never satisfied! I think my milk isn’t nourishing enough for him. What should I do? Thanks in advance for your help!

Maude-Line


Maude-Line, never question the quality of your milk. Baby growth spurts can make mothers believe that they don’t have enough milk, or that their milk is not nourishing enough. But this is frequently temporary. However, it’s possible that some mothers have limited milk production for different reasons. You can learn all the details by reading my article on low levels of breast milk. You will find answers to your questions and some things you can do to improve your situation. 

 dans le billet sur le manque de lait maternel

Don’t give up!

Marie

The Baby Expert 

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