2 months old baby

Question: i have got periods @74 days after c section..& im nt breast feeding.& i pump & feed my baby..now my milk productn is low about only 10ml per day fr both breast..is t norml prds after 74days& wat to do increse breast milk for pumping

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Answer: Hello! Yes, there is nothing to worry about having periods after 74 days. To increase your milk production have a nutritious diet, drink plenty of water specially after and before pumping session. Make sure that you increase your skin to skin contact with the baby. This helps a lot in increasing the suply. Take care
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