Re: Is there anything else to help with supply?
2 things spring to mind:
1. Pump more often. If finding time for more pump sessions during the workday is not possible, you may need to pump after feedings when you are home with your baby.
2. If your baby is sleeping long stretches at night, wake her up and nurse her or make her sleeping conditions a little less conducive to long sleep stretches by taking away a pacifier or swaddle if you are using those things. More milk taken in at night means less need for it at daycare and hence fewer or smaller bottles, and more stimulation during the night may mean better pump output during the day.
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