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    Not at all, this is what I'm doing

    Domperidone x3 times a day
    Fenugreek capsules
    Lactation cookies
    Smoothies with Brewers yeast and flaxseed
    Constant feeding during the when she wakes (usually every 1-2 hours) when she gets frustrated because I don't have enough milk I give her a formula top up (usually only 50-80mls)

    At night I feed every time she wakes and then give her about 100mls formula top up.
    I usually try and pump a few times a day (if I have any spare time with all the feeding) but I don't actually get anything out.


    My supply is low because I had a traumatic emergency c-section 2.5 weeks ago and I had a large PPH. I produced no breast milk for the first week but it's very slowly picking up now. My little girl has no problem latching but I know my supply isn't great because she just gets so frustrated and is always hungry and rooting around even after being on both breasts.

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    Try domperidone 3 tablets 3X a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia&Hannah View Post
    Try domperidone 3 tablets 3X a day.
    I have just upped it today to 2 tabs x3 per day until I can get another script because I don't want to run out. Do you think that will still help?

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    Yep. When my supply tanked due to stress - I was prescribed that. Within 3 days I was exploding milk.

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    Oh that's awesome! Okay maybe I'll give 3 a go for a few days and get to the GP for a new script.

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    I'm sure you are already doing this, drink loads of water and eat well. Good on you for trying everything. There is a GP who specialises in breastfeeding that you might find helpful but she only works certain days. Marnie Rowan.

    http://www.cathygarbin.com/dr-marnie...dicine-clinic/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    I'm sure you are already doing this, drink loads of water and eat well. Good on you for trying everything. There is a GP who specialises in breastfeeding that you might find helpful but she only works certain days. Marnie Rowan.

    http://www.cathygarbin.com/dr-marnie...dicine-clinic/
    Just booked in for next week. Thank you. It's $230 for a consult which seems a lot if all we get is an extra script. Hopefully we can take away some more info and advice.

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    Phwoar, that is expensive!

    It does sound like you are doing everything you can. I hope she can help!

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    Mind you, how much is a lactation consultant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    Mind you, how much is a lactation consultant?
    About the same price. I'll get almost half back from Medicare as well so it's not quite as bad.


 

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