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Thread: Continuation of weight gain/supply struggle

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    Default Re: Continuation of weight gain/supply struggle

    That is the problem that I'm interested.
    I pump with my lo feeding in a 'rugby/football hold' (under arm) usually with a pillow under them one side and then can pump the other side.
    As I only pump at night when I know lo will do a single sided feed this works best for us.
    It took me AGES to figure this out tho... Tried pumping with baby in cross cradle as I didn't think of this... Doh!

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    Last edited by @llli*phanvanhan; September 30th, 2014 at 02:08 AM.
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    Default Re: Continuation of weight gain/supply struggle

    Quote Originally Posted by @llli*phanvanhan View Post
    That is the problem that I'm interested.
    I pump with my lo feeding in a 'rugby/football hold' (under arm) usually with a pillow under them one side and then can pump the other side.
    As I only pump at night when I know lo will do a single sided feed this works best for us.
    It took me AGES to figure this out tho... Tried pumping with baby in cross cradle as I didn't think of this... Doh!
    I did try taking the pump out to the living room once to try that when nursing on the couch, However, my LO almost always takes both sides, or likes to switch back and forth even so I brought the pump back in where I normally use it.

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    Default Re: Continuation of weight gain/supply struggle

    Just an update, check out my signature for more links to more of the threads in the story......
    But DS is now 14 months old and doing great.
    We struggled through months of poor weight gain and problems with milk supply until I finally got my hands on a supply of domperidone around 5 months and breastfeeding and weight gain have been great since 6 months.
    I fully intend to continue on to extended breastfeeding, the early months were so tough, I need the reward.
    http://forums.llli.org/showthread.ph...months-old-now

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