herbs: fenugreek, blessed thistle, and ordinary oatmeal can all be helpful in increasing supply
- drugs: as a last resort, Reglan and Domperidone are prescription drugs which are sometimes used off-label to increase milk supply. Both have additional side-effects and are not right for every mom, so speak to your healthcare provider before taking either one.
Tab Rabeprazole 20mg once daily (morning/empty stomach) for three weeks
syrup Sucralfate 3 tsp 10minutes before meals)for 10days
Tablet metoclopramide 10mg once daily for 3days
Avoid spices, tea, coffee,smoking
take meals at time. Don't do fasting
If not resolved in three days:--
Seek some medicine specialist help
It could be the result of mild peptic ulcers
Meet the doctor.
Do a short course of Tablet Rabeprazole 20 mg once daily (empty stomach) for 4 weeks, tablet Metoclopramide 10 mg once daily for 1week.
Avoid spices, morning tea, alcohol,cigarettes
Increase salad,fibre in your diet
Prefer curd than milk
It is irritation of diaphragm and you may have to check up and decide on medication .Various agents have been reported to cure hiccups. Chlorpromazine appears to be the drug of choice. Haloperidol and metoclopramide have been used successfully. Several anticonvulsant agents (eg, phenytoin, valproic acid, and carbamazepine) have effectively treated intractable hiccups in typical anticonvulsant doses
Take planty of fluid like water, cow milk, masur dal, etc.change your thought that you have enough milk for your baby, you think positive. U think about your baby. Stimulate your breast with comb below upward. Give massage over your back by striping method. Also take metoclopramide tab bid for 3 days. Also take calcium and iron tablets.
Milk supply is dependent on stimulation by the baby provides while feeding. More you breastfeed your baby, more milk will be produced. Try to feed your baby more often if your milk supply is less. Pumping your breasts after feeding also can stimulate more milk production. Two main causes of less breastmilk supply is poor latch or scheduled feeding. Baby should not nipple feed, rather should breastfeed. Baby should have wide open mouth and the nipple should go towards back of the mouth. There are certain medicines which can increase quantity of milk. If your child is sleeping well and active with your milk then milk is adequate for the baby. A substance that increases milk supply is called a galactagogue. Some of the most commonly used herbal galactagogues are fenugreek, blessed thistle, and alfalfa. There are also several prescription medications that can increase milk supply. Domperidone and metoclopramide increase the production of prolactin and thereby breast milk also. Shatavari powder is an ayurvedic preparation that can increase milk production.
You are suffering from IBS and there is also a element of functional dyspepsia. Both are stress related diseases. So apart from writing so many medications I also advice dietary precautions ad lifestyle changes.
1. Avoid stress and anxiety (can do yoga) 2. Drink adequate water for good stool formation
3. Stop tea/coffee/tobacco/alcohol/spicy/oily food
4. Reduce milk but increase curd and paneer
5. Do not lie down immediately after meals
6. Increase salad/fruits/green veggie
for medications you can consult oline. Thanks.