I have small breasts. Can I produce enough milk for my baby?
Whether you're a B or a double D, it's possible to make enough milk to feed your baby. Nature designed a perfect supply-and-demand system. The more your baby stimulates your breasts by sucking, the more milk you'll produce. So even if your baby is in a growth spurt and nursing more often, your body will "keep up". Remember, mothers of twins and even triplets can have enough milk supply to breastfeed successfully.
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