Re: Start breastfeeding at 9 months?
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It is definitely possible to achieve what you want to do. Getting your milk back is a matter of stimulation to the breast, using the baby if the baby will nurse, or the pump if the baby won't nurse or isn't doing a good job. You'll need a good pump, probably a hospital-grade rental (they usually cost about $3 a day, cheaper than a latte!), and you'll want to use it frequently. Ideally, you'd pump as often as you would nurse a newborn, i.e. every 2-3 hours around the clock.
Getting the baby to nurse after 9 months on the bottle is a much dicier proposition. Some babies do go back and try nursing, but many do not. This link explains all the ways I know of to get a baby back to the breast: http://kellymom.com/bf/concerns/child/back-to-breast/
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