Re: How do you define milk supply as being 'established'?
Welcome to the forum and congratulations on the new baby!
Your question is not stupid. "Established" is one of those terms that gets thrown around a lot, without there being a clear definition of what it means. Generally, it means that a mom has nursed or pumped enough that her body has been trained to continue to produces about the same volume of milk even if she skips a nursing/pumping session once in a while.
If you are consistently pumping in excess of what baby needs, think you can probably drop one nighttime session. Just be alert for supply dropping too low, and be prepared to add a pump session back in if it does. Safest course of action, however, would be to continue to pump at night.
Is there a reason you are EP? We'd love to help you get the baby to the breast, if possible, because direct nursing is usually so much easier than pumping.
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