Re: I need help
Milk supply is created and maintained by the baby's demand. As long as you allow your baby to nurse when he wants, you will make enough milk for him, no matter how short or long his nursing sessions are. In general, there is no need for a mom who is home with her baby and nursing on demand to pump unless she wants to store milk for a return to work or for bottles for a sitter.
The only exception to the supply = demand rule is that sometimes outside forces (e.g. another pregnancy, the use of a contraindicated medication, the use of the wrong type of hormonal contraceptive, etc.) can cause a mom's milk to diminish even when she's nursing on demand.
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