9 months old baby

Question: Hi all.. intially i have low milk suply so i used to feed bm n fm to my lo...since 1month i hve stopped feeding bm due to my health prblm..so thr is no milk suply.....now i want to feed my lo bm even if i get low milk suply im hapy dat i could give him some bm..is it imposble to regain milk suply.. in nights my son cries alot everytme i shud prepare fm ..its being hectic to me,im not having proper sleep....plz wat should i do

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Answer: Once you stop breast feeding it's difficult for the body to again start milk production. You can take help of doctor in this.
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