Re: Day pumping hurting night supply?
Whenever you have a concern that you're to producing enough, you want to increase the frequency and, if possible, also the length of your pumping sessions. Increasing frequency is probably more important than increasing length, though, so if you have to choose one, choose more, shorter sessions over fewer, longer ones.
It's very unlikely that you "ran dry" at the end of the day. Your breasts always have milk because milk is always being made, so the baby can get at it if she works hard enough. If you get another episode of evening fussiness, the best approach is almost certainly to power through it. Nurse, nurse, nurse, and nurse some more, and switch back and forth between breasts. Eventually baby should get a full meal, and you won't further damage supply with supplements from the stash.
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