as long as you still have some form of breast milk coming out yes. eat well. stay hydrated, your breast will always respond better to the baby so just keep trying. she may not be happy but once she latches and it happens she will get the hang of it, be patient. trying to pump in between will help too. my breast milk slowed drastically after 3 weeks of breast feeding but i just kept trying and even 5 minutes with the baby will help stimulate the ducts. dont let your breasts get engorged and stay on a pumping schedule if you try hard enough it will come back. they also have some kind of pills from walgreens i have heard of, i never used them so im not sure how they work but ive read good reviews. good luck.View Thread
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