Answer: Hii, congratulations for your motherhood.
Yes , it affects your milk supply
Your breast milk is made up of about 80% of water So, when you're breast feeding, it's important to drink plenty of fluids each day. Drinking enough water or other fluids will keep you healthy and hydrated. It will also help you to make and maintain your breast milk supply.
Breastfeeding mom, should drink approximately six to eight glasses of water or other non-caffeinated beverages daily.
You should drink enough water so that you're not thirsty.
Thirst is your body's way of telling you that you need to drink more, so do your best to pay attention to your body.
In hot weather or when your more physically active, you will be more thirsty and should drink more.
But, overall, as long as your drinking to quench your thirst, you should be fine.
This also help for indigestion in you and baby.
Answer: I can understand your anxiety. Water is needed in production if milk. If you don't drink more water, you milk will be thick and causes baby indigestion and cholic. Water us necessary for your body too. Take care