DOES BREAST SIZE MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO PRODUCTION?

Posted on January 14, 2018. Filed under: Breastfeeding multiplies, raising multiples, Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , |

Short answer: No. Whether a woman is large or small breasted, when the demand is there, the supply will follow and her breasts will provide enough supply to nourish her babies. One of the most common things I hear though, is that one breast is a better producer than the other, sometimes insignificantly, sometimes quite a bit. If this is your case, put your stronger sucker on the lower producing breast to help improve its supply. And of course, keep well-hydrated and nourished.

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