Foreword by Martha Sears, RN Introduction Part 1: Investigating Your Milk Supply Chapter 1: Understanding Your Milk Factory Chapter 2: What's Normal and What's Not Chapter 3: How to Know if There Really is a Problem Part 2: Making the Most of What You Have Chapter 4: Supplementing Without Decreasing Your Milk Supply Chapter 5: Getting Your Milk Production Off to a Good Start Part 3: Investigating Causes of Low Milk Production Chapter 6: Is it Something You're Doing? Chapter 7: Is it Something Your Baby is Doing? Chapter 8: Is it Something About Your Breasts? Chapter 9: Is it Your Hormones? Chapter 10: Can Your Mind Affect Your Supply? Part 4: Increasing Milk Production Chapter 11: Physical Techniques to Make More Milk Chapter 12: Galactogogues: Foods, Herbs, and Medications that Stimulate Milk Production Chapter 13: Making More Milk When You Return to Work or School Chapter 14: Making More Milk In Special Situations: Exclusive Pumping, Multiples, Premies, Relactation, and Induced Lactation Part 5: Surviving the Present and Planning for the Future Chapter 15: Coping with Low Milk Supply Chapter 16: What About Next Time? Appendix A: Galactogogue Tables References Index
Diana West, IBCLC, is a board certified lactation consultant in private practice and author of Defining Your Own Success: Breastfeeding After Breast Reduction Surgery. Lisa Marasco, M.A., IBCLC, is a board certified lactation consultant both in private practice and for WIC and contributing author to the Core Curriculum for Lactation Consultant Practice.