Occasionally, a mother has a health condition that may temporarily delay the large increase in milk production usually seen between 3 to 5 days after birth. If your breast pumping routine does not seem to be the problem, it may be the breast pump you are using. However, some mothers report a drop in milk production after taking a progestin-only contraceptive during the first 4 to 8 weeks after birth. If the amount you are making is causing you discomfort or pain, consult a certified lactation consultant or your healthcare provider. Rarely, a delay in the time when milk "comes in" turns into an ongoing problem of low milk production. If you are expecting a high-risk baby, providing your child with breast milk is something only you can do, which makes you an important member of his or her healthcare team.
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