Mothers have reported feeling unprepared for their birth and postpartum experiences and that their newborns experienced complications from underfeeding due to excessive pressure to exclusively breastfeed. It is important to know your health providers, their perspectives on infant feeding, supplementation and keeping your baby safe from complications and hospitalization. These are a list of questions to ask your health provider to see if they and their hospital believe that Fed is Best.
What do I do if my milk does not come in and my child is not getting enough milk?
If they are unwilling to discuss this possibility and are unwilling to tell you how to protect your child from complications, then they are not being honest with you and are violating a basic ethical obligation required of all health providers. They should be able to tell you that supplementation with formula or safe, tested donor breast milk can protect your child from complications if your breast milk is not enough.