Re: Help! No let down!
Keep at it. When a mom first starts pumping, it's normal to have higher output because milk supply peaks during early infancy. With older babies, milk supply is typically very well-matched to demand and there isn't as much extra milk to get out with the pump. That means you may need to pump more in order to get the same amount of milk.
You may also want to get your pump tuned up, and to make sure your shield size hasn't changed.
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