Has anyone been in a similar situation and had luck in getting back to normal? I am on the hunt to find more milk plus capsules tomorrow to see if we can get my supply back.
WOHM: Married 2002. Dog parents 2005. DS arrived 3/3/10. Newbie expected late June 2013.
Mil production does often decrease after mastitis, it is a healing period for the breasts. It doesn't mean it is forever though. I've had some moms bounce back within a few days, others say it was more like a couple weeks. Hang in there.
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