How to Dry up Breast Milk Supply When You Stop Breastfeeding?

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There are many things that a woman can do to help drying up her milk supply after breastfeeding to be as comfortable as possible. Wear a supportive bra with nursing pads to soak up leakage. Drink when you are thirsty and limit your salt intake and drink sage tea every 6 hours to help dry up your breast milk supply when you stop breastfeeding. Express your milk if you really need to and gradually decrease the amount of times you do this.
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Once you stop pumping or squeezing the breasts they will begin to
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Not Medical Advice: Milk dries up usually about a week or 10 days after you stop breastfeeding or don't breastfeed.
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I could still produce milk a year after I weaned my daughter. There wasn't enough to create any leaking issues, but during breast exams, I definitely dripped a little. My doc said
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Usually a few days to a week.
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