Increasing Milk Supply
Many women who have low milk supply or who are "just enoughers" have a goal of increasing milk supply. This can be really stressful, but there are lot of different things that you can try - fenugreek, oatmeal, power pumping, and drinking more water are just a few.
It's a good idea to research all the options for increasing milk supply. Everyone is different, and what works for someone else might not work for you. (Personally, fenugreek and oatmeal worked great for me; drinking water didn't really do anything. Other women have had the opposite experience.) If something's not working after a week or two, switch things up and try something new.
Increasing Milk Supply - This article outlines all of the options for increasing your milk supply in one place. Herbs, oatmeal, longer pumping sessions, prescription medication, power pumping, and beer.
What to Do When Your Period Decreases Your Milk Supply - Getting your period back as a breastfeeding mom can be frustrating because of the loss in supply that can occur. Here are tips to mitigate the supply dip that happens when you get your period.
Increasing Supply with Fenugreek - This galactagogue helped me permanently boost my supply from 24 oz per day to 35 oz, and it's what I recommend most often.
Getting the Most Milk out of Each Pumping Session - Learn how to get more milk out of each session - via breast compressions and more - which will increase your supply over time.
Oatmeal and Milk Supply - I did an experiment, and I found that eating oatmeal for breakfast could get you an extra ounce or two of pumped milk! (The catch is you have to eat oatmeal for breakfast.)