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Thread: Pumping at Work- not a lot of milk

  1. #11

    Default Re: Pumping at Work- not a lot of milk

    I never htought about him eating to much! When we went for his 6 month checkup, he was in the 40 th percentile for weight and height. He just always seems hungry!! I will definatly look into how much he is eating. thanks for bringing that to my attention!

    And... I think the problem was birth control! i forgot to pick it up last week, so I have been two weeks with out it. And magically Monday, I pumped about double what I did the Friday before. It has steadily come back. So no more birth control for this mommy!

    Thanks for all of the advise and comments!

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2011

    Default Re: Pumping at Work- not a lot of milk

    Also - if you run into the problem again - you might want to try to pump on your way into the office. That might be a way to squeeze another session in, without having to take another break at work.
    ~ Megan

    Mommy to Alex (born 2/27/11) and Katie (born 3/31/14)

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Nov 2011

    Default Re: Pumping at Work- not a lot of milk

    When my supply starts to run low, I take a day or two off from work so that DS can get my milk supply back up on his own. I do shift work, so I just swap shifts with whoever is willing. I don't know if this is an option for you or if you can take some sick/vacation days to do this. He's pretty fussy and nursing constantly the first day, but by the second he is his normal self, and sure enough, when I go back to work my milk supply has shot up again. Good luck, and keep at it. It's normally a combination of efforts (fenugreek, increased pumping, nursing more, etc) that gets supply back up in my experience.
    DS born 2/11: EBF for 11 months, BF for 4 years
    DD born 11/14: came to the hospital crowning, had her the old fashioned way, EBF for almost 3 months and counting
    Looking to adopt a toddler internationally in the next year or so...

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