You can measure DHA in your breast milk by using our Mother’s Milk DHA Test. DHA levels are known to go down in the blood after pregnancy because of the recovery from birth and pregnancy, as well as the fact that DHA goes into your breast milk. DHA is important postpartum to restore your blood levels and also to make sure that you are delivering an optimal amount through your breast milk to your growing baby.

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