1. Drink LOTS Of Water
This is something every breastfeeding mom needs to do. I keep a gallon of cold water in my fridge at all times. I also keep a water bottle in my diaper bag. This helps me monitor how much I'm drinking and makes sure I also have water on me to drink. I attempt to drink a gallon a day. (Water is also great for slowing down signs of aging!)
2. Use A Breast Pump
Using a breast pump will help stimulate milk production. Your body makes milk on an as needed basis. How much your baby eats is how much you will produce. This is why pumping works. The more you pump the more your body gets the "signal" to produce. Some women experience difficulties with pumping. It's important to do it in a comfortable place where you can relax in order to have a higher chance of producing milk. You should at least pump after every feeding. Some lactation consultants recommend pumping every 2-4 hours (even through the night). You wont get a lot of sleep doing this, but after a couple of weeks you should be able to cut back or quit altogether. It took me about a month to get to the point where I could feed my daughter and not have to pump.
I had a few nurses recommend this to me. I bought Fenugreek supplements from GNC. I used two 610 mg pills a day to help boost my supply. It helped me, but some people don't see any results.
4. Mother's Milk Tea
Mother's Milk is an organic tea used to help healthy lactation. I used this in addition to the other methods. It suggests to use 5 times a day, but because I was using the Fenugreek supplements I had 1-2 cups a day. Mother's Milk contains Fennel, Fenugreek, and Coriander which are all ingredients believed to help boost milk supply.
There are other ways you can increase your supply, these are just the methods I have found that worked for me. If you have any methods that you used please share in the comment section!!