Power Pumping to Increase Milk Supply

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Before power pumping, you should first determine if you really do have a low supply.  Often, mothers think that their milk supply is low when it really isn’t.  The feel of the breast, the behavior of your baby, the frequency of nursing, the sensation of let-down, or the amount you pump are not valid ways to determine if you have enough milk for your baby.  If your baby is gaining weight well on breastmilk alone, then you most likely do not have a problem with milk supply.  If you're not sure if there's a supply concern, you can always check in with a LLL Leader or a Certified Lactation Counselor.  


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