One misconception about breastfeeding is that when you nurse, your breasts empty and need time to re-fill. Your breasts are continuously filling because your body is continuously making milk😀
When they feel very full, it is usually because you haven’t fed baby in a while and your body has stored the milk in the glands in your breasts. When your glands are full, the milk production slows down but continues while your glands are emptied. When they are empty, milk production will occur at a faster rate🌀
Once baby starts sucking🤱🏽, a let-down will occur and the glands will empty. After a while, no more milk will come out, which makes you think your breasts are empty. What is happening is not that your body never stopped producing milk, it just stopped releasing the milk out of your breasts. If you wait about 15 minutes, sometimes shorter, another let-down will start and the milk that your body was making is released😀
Also, your boobs will feel empty in the evening, but they are not. The milk in the evening usually has more melatonin in it to help baby sleep😴. Baby doesn’t produce this until they reach a certain age, which is why babies usually sleep after nursing.