Is nursing less frequently one day a week going to impact my supply?
I think you're probably fine, but why don't you email some of the LLL leader types here like DaryLLL just to make sure?
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The increase in night nursing may be because of your new schedule rather than teething.
So I shouldn't worry about supply? I think I don't drink enough water and really notice that I have a more intense let down feeling when I'm up on the water intake. I do get a little full on the work days when she is not nursing alot. I just didn't want to be interfering with the supply for her. DH could make his errands shorter and make sure she is there to eat more frequently if you experienced gals said it was a problem.
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