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Welcome

This website provides information and support to mothers who are experiencing low milk production. It is also an online resource for healthcare providers who help mothers breastfeed.

Within this site, you'll find information about the causes and treatments of low milk production, as well as stories from women who have experienced low milk production. Our sister site, bfar.org, is a resource for information about breastfeeding after breast surgery.

Information can be very empowering, but it is also very helpful to have the personal support of other women who have low milk production. Please consider joining our forums to meet new friends and learn from their experience and wisdom.

We welcome you to explore our website to discover new ways to address low milk production.

Diana's New Book!
The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding,
8th ed

The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding, 8th edCo-authored with Diane Wiessinger and Teresa Pitman! A completely new rewrite of the classic mother-to-mother book about breastfeeding, updated with a hip new millennial tone, great new information, simplified latching approaches, ages-and-stages info, and to-the-point "tech support" for issues like mastitis and plugged ducts. A great companion for your breastfeeding journey!

Available Now!

Participants needed for lactation research studies

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Planning to buy a book?

The Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More MilkThe Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More Milk

by Diana West, IBCLC, and Lisa Marasco, MA, IBCLC

This is the book mothers and lactation consultants have been waiting for!

  • Determine if baby is really getting enough milk
  • Supplement without decreasing your supply
  • Maximize the amount of milk you can make
  • Identify the causes of your low supply
  • Increase your supply with the most effective methods, including pumping, herbs, medications, foods, and alternative therapies
  • Make more milk when you return to work, exclusively pump, have a premie or multiples, relactate, or induce lactation

Available Now!

Breastfeeding after Breast and Nipple ProceduresBreastfeeding after Breast and Nipple Procedures
by Diana West, IBCLC, and Dr. Elliot Hirsch

A clinical guide for health care professionals about the effects of breast and nipple surgeries on lactation

Available Now!


shatavari survey
Shatavari is a root that has been used in India for many centuries to increase milk production. We are conducting a survey of its effectiveness. If you have taken it for at least two weeks, please consider completing our survey.


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