Although the thought that your body may not be producing enough milk can throw many new moms into a panic, it's something many new moms all can admit to wondering (or obsessing) about. During the first months as a mom (and pretty much all of the subsequent ones), you're constantly worried if you're doing enough for your children. And although having a short supply of breast milk or not being able to produce it at all is extremely rare, there are many little things you can do to help increase your milk supply. Because, really, you can never have too much of that liquid gold.
Believe it or not, Mayo Clinic noted that it's actually rare to have a low milk supply, so don't let the thought of not producing enough stress you out. Instead, focus on feeding your baby as often as you can. Your body was actually made to do this, so don't let unnecessary worry take over. Whether you're pumping, nursing, or doing a combination of both, your body tailors your milk supply to fit your babies needs. But since you can never have too much, using these simple hacks can make a huge difference in your milk supply, allowing you to put worry behind you.