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Breastmilk and periods
Got periods after 2.5 months of delivery (cesarean delivery). I breastfeed my baby with no supplements. Does periods reduce my milk supply henceforth? Or low milk supply induced periods ? Baby is healthy and fed every 2-3 hours day and night. What should I do to increase milk supply in such case. I take shatavari granules (about 1 spoon) daily twice  with warm milk. Please help me out as my baby was born with low birth weight and 15 days premature.
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Periods will not reduce breast milk. After 6weeks many women resume their periods after delivery. Continue shatavari granules. Consult with your paediatrician on starting the add-on foods for the baby
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