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  1. Re: Keeping the Older Baby Going and Pump Weaning

    Thank you! Unfortunately, I'd love to relax, but she IS hungry. She just is not wanting to wait for let-down at all. Before her bedtime last night I used my pump to let down and latch her on, but it...
  2. Re: Keeping the Older Baby Going and Pump Weaning

    I hope you don't mind a follow-up! OK, so she's a 1.5 weeks away from 11 mos, and while things are going better, I am starting to have issues with my let-down reflex during the daytime. We are fine...
  3. Re: Help! Not letting down for 10 mo baby

    I also switched sides MANY times during our session to help stimulate a let-down, and still nothing!
  4. Re: Help! Not letting down for 10 mo baby

    I am pumping at 9:30 and 2:30 in addition to going in at noon. We nurse three times after midnight before she goes to daycare, and three times after we reunite at the end of the day. I wasn't able to...
  5. Help! Not letting down for 10 mo baby

    I am so bewildered. I work FT and go in at noon to nurse my baby. Today we tried nursing for 20 minutes and I did not have a let-down. It was not a matter of me not "feeling" it--she was not...
  6. Re: Keeping the Older Baby Going and Pump Weaning

    Thank you so very much! I suspected that dropping the morning pump would be premature--thanks for the confirmation.

    She is still night nursing. We get in three nurses between reuniting and...
  7. Keeping the Older Baby Going and Pump Weaning

    I hope this is the right place to ask about my complex issues with working, pumping, and nursing.

    Data points:

    DD is 10 mos, EBF. I work FT away from home. DD goes to daycare. I reliably...
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    Re: Question about pumping schedule

    Sorry for the confusion--the time range for pumping is for when I start, not the length of the whole session. I pump for 15-20 min total, with 2-3 letdowns. It's amazing the difference in output!...
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    Re: Pumping only 1-1.5 oz

    Give your body some time to settle in. At five weeks you are still establishing a supply, and your body is still getting used to the pump. And your baby is still getting used to nursing and the...
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    Question about pumping schedule

    Hi. My baby is a week shy of 4 months old and I've been back to work FT for a few weeks.

    Here is our current schedule:

    Early a.m. Nurse
    7:00 a.m. Nurse
    9:45 a.m. Bottle feed at daycare (3.5-5...
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