|Are you exclusively pumping or are you breastfeeding as well? The best milk extractor will always be baby so one of the best ways to increase supply is to put baby to breast at every feeding.|
One major thing to know when pumping is what you get is not a true indication of what you produce or what baby can get from the breast. You most definitely could stop supplementing and put baby to the breast as often as baby desires and your body will do the rest. Trust your body! It sounds like you are doing perfect.
If you are exclusively pumping ~ Sometimes your body does not respond well to the pump for whatever reason, sometimes it's only on one side as well. Do you have an electric pump? Is it a double? New or old? Have you tried eating oatmeal? Are you drinking enough water everyday? How many hours in between pumping sessions?
Way to go on giving your precious one the best! You are doing a great job! ↑
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|I am in total agreement with mamal. There are so many factors that if you can put baby to breast as often as possible it will really help. ↑|