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Breastfeeding Help

Dana C.
DANA C.
Lactation Consultant
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Does your baby seem to still be hungry after a feeding? Does your baby have trouble latching on one side but not the other? Are you breasts sensitive even after a feeding? We know that breastfeeding can be hard but Tinyhood Lactation Consultant, Dana C., is here to help!

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After i beast feed my baby she’s still hungry am I giving her enough milk
DANIELLE, PARENT OF 18 MONTH OLD

Dana
DANA

Hi Danielle - without knowing too many details about your specific situation, my best advice is to follow baby’s feeding cues :) if baby is still rooting, lip smacking, eating hand...it’s likely baby wants more. You can try switching sides or perhaps you want to offer a supplemental bottle of expressed breast milk or formula.

DANIELLE

Ok I will do that thank you

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How do you produce more breast milk?
DANIELLE, PARENT OF 18 MONTH OLD

Dana
DANA

Hi Danielle - generally speaking the simplest answer is to nurse or pump more frequently. This sends message to your body that you need more milk. For more information, Take a look at this recent article we posted on our best tips for boosting supply!

https://www.tinyhood.com/expert-articles/breastfeeding/low-supply/5-ways-to-increase-your-breast-milk-supply