Hi ladies. I do hope it's okay to start a topic like this as I'm expecting my first and want to learn as much as possible about breastfeeding. I've been reading bf websites and trying to ease myself into all the information without being overwhelmed. And I do know there are lactation consultants at the hospital where I'm planning to deliver my LO, and they are very pro-bf so I am happy I would be getting support. However, there are no ante-natal or breastfeeding classes in my area so there isn't anyone to answer my concerns. But I do plan to bring them up with my doctor next time I see her. Anyway, I have been wondering about this one thing that I commonly here. It isn't really a worry but I just want to hear people's opinions and what they think about it. Why do so many women say that they can't breastfeed because there just isn't any supply? The literature all says these cases are truly very rare, but I wonder if the problem isn't actually supply but something else? Obviously I don't expect to troubleshoot every single problem that could occur now before I've even had my LO, but I feel some information beforehand can't hurt. Can some moms shed some light over this?