Re: Frustrating while BF =(
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If you have oversupply, you definitely want to get that under control before you get into a real relationship with your pump again. I would give the block feeding several days, at least. It might take longer for you to master it- I had to block feed for about 3 months, though many moms find that their response to block feeding is a lot faster than that.
Once your supply is under somewhat better control, I would pick a single time of day to pump. A lot of moms pick the early morning, because that's when they tend to have the most extra milk. But for a mom with oversupply, it might make more sense to pump in the evening when supply tends to be a bit lower; that way there's probably less risk of sending your supply into overdrive again. Then pump every day at that same time, stopping after you produce the amount you need for the bottle your husband is going to give. That should be about 2-4 oz, BTW.
When it comes to storing milk, you probably don't need to go crazy. There are working moms who build up freezer stashes of hundreds of oz and then realize that they'll never use it because they come home with plenty of fresh milk every day. You might want to consider building a stash that's just a few days ahead of what your baby will need, which will be about 1.5 oz per hour of separation.
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