The mystical, magical world of oxytocin and the letdown reflex

Time-frame: 75-90
CERP: yes

Milk removal drives milk production and feeds the baby. The ability to remove milk from the breast depends strongly on the milk ejection or letdown reflex. While normally robust, a number of factors can influence it, some more obvious than others. When milk flow suddenly becomes an issue, the rush is on to determine why and what to do about it. This session will take a deeper look at how this reflex works, factors that can affect it positively or negatively, and potential strategies to help.

Lisa Marasco, MA, IBCLC, FILCA

Country: USA
Phone number: +01 805 937-9717
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Core Curriculum for Interdisciplinary Lactation Care

Chapter 22, Low Milk Production and Infant Weight, co-authored with Kay Hoover

Making More Milk

Second Edition! Updated with newly expanded Milk Supply Equation, pregnancy/birth issues, lactogenic foods, complementary therapies, Lactation Curve, and more.