Expressing will help to empty and stimulate your breast to make more milk. Express after your baby has had a breastfeed. To start with you may not get much milk – persevere as your body needs time to adjust to the increased demand If you are not breastfeeding... read more »
Don’t worry, there are lots of signs you can look out for to allay your fears. Your first milk, colostrum, comes in very small quantities (an average of 37ml over the first 24 hours, gradually increasing daily as the baby suckles more). As new-born babies... read more »
Understand how expressing milk can support your feeding journey with twins.