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Which fluids/vitamins help you to produce more breastmilk?

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3 years ago

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3 years ago
I took brewer's yeast tablets (this was recommended by the lactation consultant at my hospital).  I started off with 3 at each meal.  I also ate oatmeal every morning because that too was supposed to help.  The brewer's yeast tablets definitely helped.
3 years ago
My doc said a beer that had a high yeast content would help out, she said to drink like 1 or 2 a day.  So if you drink beer, maybe try that.  I also have heard of a natural herbal supplment you can get at whole foods, or vittamin cottage that is supposed to help.  Also make sure your calorie intake is staying very high.  My co-worker started to slow down in production, but then she started to pump less at a time, but more often through out the day.  Give that a try too.  Regardless breastfeeding is hard for many women, and good luck!!!
3 years ago
Water and Fenugreek. Fenugreek worked wonders for me, but call your obgyn to make sure it's safe with your medical history.
3 years ago
lots of water, oatmeal and I have heard beer helps too, like 1 beer a day probably

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