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  1. Temas: Help!

    by BrandyPayne88
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    Re: Help!

    One other possibility...Has anything changed in your lo's life? My dd acted very similar at 3 months. Christmas Day she decided she was not going to nurse, even though she was obviously hungry. ...
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    Re: pumping

    I would recommend pumping first thing in the morning. When I did work and pump daily, this is when I would get the most milk. (I would actually get more milk in this one pumping session than I...
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    Re: Not pumping enough

    I am away from her for 9 hours per day. Unfortunately, I am only able to get away to pump twice a day. On days that I can get out the door a little early, I pump as soon as I get to work. That...
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    Not pumping enough

    I've posted about this before but have not found a solution. I have an 8 month old and work full time. She needs 2 6oz bottles a day while she is at daycare. I used to be able to pump 12+ oz per...
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    Re: Help! Supply drop due to pumping

    Babies usually slow down their weight gain around 4-6 months, and she HAS doubled her birth weight.

    She actually is 1 1/2 lbs shy of doubling her birth weight.


    The PIS is a good pump for...
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    Re: Help! Supply drop due to pumping

    Thank you for your reply!

    Emma's weight at birth - 6lbs 14oz 19 1/2 in long
    at 4 months - 11lbs 4oz 22 in long
    (now) at 6 months - 12lbs 23 3/4 in long

    Current...
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    Re: Weird problems!!

    When my little girl was 3 months she did something very similar. She went on a strike. I would have my husband rock her to sleep, then once she was almost asleep, I would express some milk by hand...
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    Help! Supply drop due to pumping

    I have a 6 month old daughter. I work full time (I'm away from her for about 9 hours per day Monday - Friday) and pump 2-3 times per day while away from her. I BF at least once in the morning and...
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    Re: Not expressing enough milk

    I have cut the milk from cereal and am now just concentrating on getting enough milk for her two bottles. This week at daycare Emma is still acting hungry after she is finished with her 6 oz bottle....
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    Re: Pain with pumping for 10 MO

    Have you tried a larger shield? I experienced something similar. Once switching to larger shields the pain went away. Another idea - is the suction on your pump turned up higher than normal? ...
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    Re: How do I build a freezer supply?

    I always pump one side and nurse on the other ESPECIALLY first thing in the morning. That is when I have the most milk and can build a supply from that. I work full time and pumping in the morning...
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    Re: Not expressing enough milk

    My biggest concern is that once I run out of frozen, I won't have enough milk for her for an entire 9 hour day. If there is a weekend that is busy and I can't pump as often, then a lot of frozen is...
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    Not expressing enough milk

    I am the mother of a beautiful 6 month old little girl. I work full time M-F and am away from her for about 9 hours a day. I pump at least twice a day at work, and try to pump a third time. She...
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