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Domperidone, sold under the brand name Motilium among others, is used to relieve nausea and vomiting, to increase the transit of food through the stomach, and to promote lactation (breast milk production) by release of prolactin.[1] Trace amounts do pass through breast milk but the effects are negligible. [2]

The link below is a place you can order Domperidone without a prescription. This is an online pharmacy that has been reliable for many years. They even offer a 10% discount if you use Bitcoin.

Vesperidone is good for boosting supply if you are already lactating, while Motilium is best for inducing.

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WARNING: Excessive use of Domperidone does have potentially dangerous side effects [3].

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The biggest risks are side effects from excessive use of Domperidone and Mastitis (warning:NSFW). The chances of having the latter can be lessened with Lecithin and proper latch techniques. The Piercings and Lactation page (warning:NSFW) addresses this concern as well.

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  1. Domperidone - Wikipedia
  2. Canadian Breastfeeding Foundation: Induced Lactation - How long can I use domperidone? [original author assumes infant breastfeeding]
  3. Health Canada: Summary Safety Review - Domperidone