Sometime last week my daytime pumping supply has gone down significantly. Yes it was time for my period which I just got today. Prior to this I was getting what I considered extra. This could have partially been due to the more frequent night wakings but it stayed up even after she slowed down on those. I was getting about 10oz in 3 pumps about 2-3.5 hours apart (2-3oz 2 hours after morning nursing session, 3-4oz 3 hours after 1st pump, and 2-3 3.5 hours after second pump). Towards the end of the week last week I had to shorten the length between my 1st and 2nd and 2nd and third pumps because I wasn't getting enough to send to daycare with DD. For example today I got 1oz 2 hours after morning nurse, barely 2oz 3 hours after 1st pump, and I'll probably only get maybe another 2oz during my next pump which will be 2.5 hours after my second pump. I'm stressed and exhausted from having to add this extra pumping session on my lunch break. I already pump for at least 20minutes each time and can only pump 2 times at work. This lunch time pump is actually at home during my lunch break which has me rushing around trying to let the dog out, eat lunch, pump, and make it back to work in time. Does everyone think this is just simply due to my period or could it be that DD is not nursing at often or as long as before? If this continues this is going to be the longest month of my breastfeeding career (DD turns 1 year in a little over a month). Prior to this I had been working on increasing my stash so that I can start pump weaning maybe a week prior to her 1yr bday. What happens if I don't get the usual 8oz that I send to daycare? Should I break in to my hard earned stash? Start pumping at home in the evenings after nursings and before I go to bed? I really don't want to have to pump at home. I'm already stressed about pumping so much and need some time to myself after she goes to bed.