Re: Should I be pumping?
Eventually you'll need to pump, but you definitely don't want to be doing it now! Every time you remove milk from the breast, that tells your body to make the same amount all over again, and that's going to perpetuate the oversupply, or maybe even make it worse.
You just started to do one-sided feedings, and you need to give them time to work. The more you put up with the fullness, the faster your supply is going to decrease to a more reasonable level. Give this a couple more weeks, then revisit the pumping issue. Meanwhile, watch yourself carefully for signs of plugged ducts (hard, sometimes tender lumps in the breast) and mastitis (an infection of the breast), since those issues tend to spring up when mom is in overproduction mode. Also, go braless as much as possible (oversupply can make your bra fit poorly and a poor fit can contribute to plugs), get plenty of rest, put cold, clean cabbage leaves or cool compresses on your breast(s) to relieve discomfort from engorgement/fullness, nurse the baby frequently (small, frequent feedings can mean less discomfort), and watch baby's diaper output pretty carefully.
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