I've had the same problem and now find myself just pumping 2x a day. Its definitely hard but I've come to realization that i will just have to use formula and that is that. I mean really have you seen any difference in babies/toddlers that have only been fed with breastmilk compared to those only been fed with formula? I was so disappointed with how my supply has been but in the end my baby is happy so just go with the flow I also heard that beer helps with more milk because of the yeast. I was also taking More Milk Plus a herbal capsule. That was working too!View Thread
I've had the same experience and realized that it was brand of diaper I was using not my milk. My son wore both huggies and pampers when he was born and at 5 months he'd all of a sudden developed such a bad diaper rash. I was only using huggies at the time. I bought a diaper cream that I LOVE and now will only use = Triple Cream Diaper Rash. and I only use Pampers now. Oddly enough he didn't have a reaction to the huggies baby wipes so i continue to use those.View Thread
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