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    Worried Supply is Decreasing
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    kell0613 posted:
    My daughter is 5 mos now and has started on Solids and the direction of the Pedi, to help with reflux (since it didn't correct itself on its own). Se has a couple tablespoons of cereal in the morning after a bottle, and a couple tablespoons of veggies in the evening after I nurse her. But the past week or so, it seems the amount I bring home from work (pumping) is slowly decreasing. Is this normal since we are introducing solids? Or should I back off the solids some to keep my supply up. My goal is to BF until her 1st birthday.
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    daisydee76 responded:
    Do not worry about the decreasing supply, continue with the same, take proper green leaf vegetables in diet, and continue with solids for your angel. You can have experienced tips for baby health care . happy Parenting!


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