In advance I thank you for your support!!!!
Have you been having supply issues from the beginning? If this is something more recent, I am inclined to think the constant nursing is more likely due to their 3 month growth spurt. If you continue to give demand feed, they should build up your supply on their own (though it may take awhile).
In my foggy recollection, I think I was nursing at least one baby at all times for what seemed like a week to 10 days during that particular growth spurt.
Also, make sure you are drinking tons of water, getting rest (notice I didn't say sleep - I don't recall actually sleeping at all when mine were 3 months old!) Oh, and eating oatmeal is supposed to help too.
Hang in there - you're doing something great for your babes
Hope that helps. Good luck.
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