Q&A: How Can I Increase My Milk Supply?

My three-month-old baby suddenly can't seem to get enough milk and it's making her really mad. Does this mean I'm losing my milk? Or is it just a growth spurt? What can I do to increase my milk?
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Mar 2017
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Three months is a common age for a “growth spurt,” so that could be the explanation. Whatever the cause, you can increase your milk production by breastfeeding more often day and night — doing this will let your body know it’s time to make milk faster.

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