Drugs such as cabergoline and bromocriptine reduce prolactin levels , helping dry up breast milk supply.
Beside this, how can I dry up my breast milk quickly?
Thankfully, there are a few things that you can try to help your milk dry up faster:
- Sage Tea.
- Birth Control.
- Tight Bras And Binding.
- Massaging Your Breasts.
- Hot Showers.
- Cabbage Leaves.
Accordingly, how can I dry up my milk without getting mastitis?
Most mothers will be able to suppress their lactation by limiting the volume of milk removed, wearing a firm bra, using cold packs or cabbage leaves and medication for pain and inflammation if required. At times, you may experience milk leaking from your breasts during the lactation suppression process.
What can I take to dry up my milk supply?
Pseudoephedrine, or Sudafed, is a common over-the-counter decongestant. Research shows the Sudafed causes a noticeable decrease in milk production. Like birth control, Sudafed should only be used to suppress lactation under the supervision of a doctor.
Some women have an excellent start with plenty of milk in the beginning, and then it slowly diminishes over hours or a few days. Don’t worry, it is common and happens to a lot of women. Most of the time, there are plenty of things you can do to get your milk supply back up and running. It is not a cause for concern.