The first month of breastfeeding is key to developing the milk supply you will have for as long as you breastfeed your baby. In some cases, a mother is unable to produce enough milk to exclusively meet the needs of her baby. However, true milk insufficiencies are very rare. In fact, about 1 in 1000 women (less than 5%) is actually unable to produce enough milk to breastfeed.

Use the following link to learn more about making enough milk for your baby. If you are concerned about your milk supply, consult a lactation counselor for more information on increasing your milk supply.

Breastfeeding 5- Making Enough Milk for Baby
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