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Jamie Ruiz

Mom, lifelong student, public health professional

5 months ago

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Hey Jamie! It is highly possible to relactate and reclaim your breastfeeding journey after two months!!! It takes a consistent strategy, time, and follow through. Sometimes you can regain an adequate enough milk supply to fully nourish your child; sometimes you make enough to provide them with some valuable benefits of just a couple of servings of breast milk while supplementing the rest of what baby needs with formula to make up the difference. Please book an office hour with us here and let's chat for 15 minutes (it's FREE!) so we can get you going in the right direction. Then maybe you can book a virtual with us at goldilacts.com for ongoing support!

5 months ago

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Also, we are here and happy to be your support team during these beautiful and blurry early days of parenthood!!

5 months ago

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Hi Jamie! Great question, and one that we think GoldiLacts would be the perfect people to ask! Candice James & Candice Nicole over at GoldiLacts are our resident lactation experts, and you can book an office hour with them to discuss this very issue and get the answers you need. You can sign up here: https://cluster.byheart.com/profile/golidlacts-lactation-227fbu/eve

5 months ago