how does breast milk production work?
Jada, founder of boober, explains simply how milk production works on this Boober Tube Tuesday video. Baby suckles at the breast, that gives the signal to your brain to make more milk by releasing the hormones prolactin and oxytocin which make and move the milk. The milk comes back down and goes into the baby. The baby suckles at the breast again and the cycle repeats itself. Frequent feeding builds milk supply and you want to let the baby suckle and feed whenever they give you the hunger cues. Learn more by watching our video below.
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