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    Nurse at night/morning only?

    Hi,

    My daughter is 10 months old and I just switched jobs. i used to have my own work area with a door and am now in a cubicle with no door so I have been using other rooms to pump during the...
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    Re: Tired of pumping at work?

    Totally! I try to use it as a time to relax (close my eyes and rest) or to get some personal stuff done, like email and such to distract myself. I was just on a business trip for 3 days and if I...
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    Re: Supply, Flu, Formula

    Thanks Shannon,

    I use Ameda Purely Yours but may start taking advantage of a lactation room near my work--I work in a hospital complex and there is a room I can use a few buildings over and...
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    Re: How to travel with milk?

    I hadn't heard you can take it on with a Dr note--I usually have more than 3 oz bags and def. more than I can manage in the quart-size zip-lock. I've done 4 trips since the new guidelines were put...
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    Supply, Flu, Formula

    Hello! Sorry this might be long, just so frustrated!

    My daughter is 6.5 months old and has been exclusively on breastmilk to this point. My supply has been really erratic--I am now on my 3rd...
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    Re: Hands free pumping

    I did a google search and found some sites which show pictures of hands-free pumping using rubber hairbands hooked together and this works really well for me. You can just search hands-free pumping
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    Re: Hands free pumping

    you can also loop hairbands around the flange of the pump piece and attach to your bra for hands-free which is what I do. it works pretty well, I've seen picture instructions at kellymom.com I think?
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    Re: Left Side = 3 oz. - Right Side = 1 oz.

    I used to be really uneven when pumping, so for a little while I would pump the '1 oz' side after each feeding for 5-10 minutes and things evened up. Now it just depends on the day which side I get...
  9. New TSA Guidelines concerning liquids/gels

    Hi,

    I am a working mother (she is 4 mo today) and I pump at work. I also travel some in the fall and have some new concerns based on the events in UK yesterday which have changed the policy for...
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