Re: milk production???
Many new moms are encouraged to pump when they don't need to be pumping. Unless there is a problem, like baby not gaining weight, the best thing you can do is to avoid the pump until you're closer to going back to work.
A lot of new moms assume that you need to feel "full" in order to make sufficient milk. This isn't true. When milk supply and baby's demand are well-matched, it's normal to never or only rarely feel full or engorged. When you feel full or engorged, you're producing more milk than baby is taking- keep in mind that for a 2 week old baby, 2-4 oz is an ample feeding.
When are you returning to the workplace?
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