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Question: My baby is 5month n 23days old....she is not getting enough breast milk .....wat shld i do

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Answer: Hello.. Dear to increase breast milk, follow these remedies it might be helpful for you... Eat a nutrious diet , includes more veggies and fruits Drink atleast two glasses of milk daily You can also take dried fish,weekly twice,it helps in milk secretion Garlic milk helps in producing more milk, for this you have to boil garlic in milk, once it boiled and cooked ,you can drink it with palm sugar,have this before bedtime Fenugreek also increases breast supply,you can add it in soups,salads , you can also have fenugreek tea Cumin water is very essential in milk secretion, it also act as a barrier against respiratory issues A handful of dried fruits increase your milk supply, and releives from constipation, and it also makes your milk thick
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