Re: When to stop pumping
So any time you remove some demand from your breastfeeding equation, supply is going to decrease. There's no point at which you can stop pumping or drop a nursing session and still maintain the exact same level of supply. The question is, when is it possible to drop a nursing or pumping session without it causing a problem? And the answer is, of course, "that depends"! If your baby is happy to nurse even though supply is lower, and is already eating plenty of solids and getting some sort of breastmilk alternative (e.g. cow's milk, yogurt, cheese) during the day, then it probably doesn't matter whether or not you drop a pump session. But if the baby is less than a year old, or won't nurse when supply is lower, or isn't eating any sort of breastmilk alternative, then the best course is to continue to pump.
Most moms pump wean at 12 months, so I personally think you have done your due diligence- and then some!
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