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Question: Hi doctor , currently i am having 49 days baby my breast milk is not sufficient for him, can u provide any medications or suggestions to improve my milk

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Answer: Hi...eat milk bread and brown bread twice or trice a day...use lot of garlic without add ginger it helps in improving breastmilk..
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