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Old 02-18-2012, 02:32 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by greenearthbaby
She probably is getting used to the immediate gratification of the bottle. Can you pump for a minute or two to stimulate a letdown and then pop her on?

Also, try to create an atmosphere that helps you relax so you can letdown easier.

Have you tried fenugreek? Are you pumping to increase supply?

Have you seen or talked to a lactation consultant?

Try to avoid supplementing whenever possible.
I can try pumping, but I can squeeze milk out by hand when I'm checking to see if I have anything coming out. It comes out in a thin stream. Also, I haven't felt let down in about 2 months. Is that bad?

I'll try fenugreek again. It makes dd fussy, but I'll try in it conjunction to the domperidone.

I hate supplementing,but I hate seeing her cry in hunger and if she's not latching on, I don't know his else to get her fed.
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