Re: Empty breasts after Pumping
Your breasts always do have milk in them, but that doesn't mean it's always possible for the pump to get it out, or for the baby to access it if he's feeling impatient and unwilling to work for it.
So, when you're pumping at home, it's just for that 1 nighttime session? If so, you might want to change your routine a bit, maybe pumping immediately after your baby goes down for the night. It does sound like adding in more sessions would be helpful to you- you're pumping every 4 hours and moving to every 3 hours might yield significantly more milk over time.
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