Can breast milk come back after 2 years of stopping?

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If a mother wants to restart her milk supply after stopping she can with a bit of work bring back her milk supply. The usual method to do this is through using a breast pump several times a day for a period of weeks. Her body will respond to this stimulation of the breast and nipple by resuming breast milk production. Taking supplements such as ferungeek and blessed thistle also have helped many women with their milk supply. Of course a good diet and adequate rest are also vital.
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