" I really must thank the person who bring the tea in "
I just gave birth to my 2nd prince on 18th Aug 2011 and start latching him since 19th Aug 2011. As his jaundice level is high, I wasn’t advised to give him BM due to the amount of ginger in confinement food. I really want to breastfeed this time as I failed doing so previously. I have to pump out the BM by electric means and the supply is really little, just 40-60ml from both side after an hour. I was disappointed as I invested in a better pump recommended by others which according to them, better stimulation. Results are still bad.
On day 6 on my confinement, I saw this Sacred Tea online and decided to give it a try. As this is my 2nd time breasfeeding a NB, I deemed myself as "low supply" even after trying frenugreek and motilium tablets previously. I ate a lot of fish, fish soup, green papaya soup but my supply will never hit 80ml from both sides no matter how long I leave the pumps on. I was still skeptical when I received the registered mail the next 2 days. Its already day 8 and my supply is still low and seriously dun think anything will make any wonders. I am just spending money to show that "I have tried hard enough". So I ask the maid to follow the instructions and brew the tea. Taste like chinese tea and still drinkable, I managed to drink 1.5litres of it on day 1.
night after pumping while watching TV, I was shock to see my supply went up to 50mls per side and gives me a total 100ml! It’s not a remarkable increase to many people but I have never hit 100ml in a single pump. This gave me confidence and I carried on with the tea for next few days. Right now, I already finished almost half a pack of the tea and proud to say I can pump out to approx 700mls of BM per day. I am only been drinking it religiously for 4 days! 700mls is even enough to provide for my 2 1/2 yrs old toddler!
The most satisfying matter to a mum is the ability to give her best to her child. Such a low supply person like me never dream that I can even have enough for my toddler. I really must thank the person who bring the tea in.>
Attached is a picture of my BM which I pump out from last 24hrs. I just gave 500ml to my mum for my toddler.
Posted By: Samantha
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