Overabundant milk supply: an alternative way to intervene by full drainage and block feeding

  title={Overabundant milk supply: an alternative way to intervene by full drainage and block feeding},
  author={Caroline GA van Veldhuizen-Staas},
  journal={International Breastfeeding Journal},
  pages={11 - 11}
BACKGROUND Too much or too little milk production are common problems in a lactation consultant's practice. Whereas underproduction is widely discussed in the lactation literature, overabundant milk supply is not. In my practice I work with women who experience moderate to severe oversupply syndrome. In most cases the syndrome can be successfully treated with full removal of milk followed by unilateral breastfeeding ad lib with the same breast offered at every breastfeed in a certain time block… CONTINUE READING
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