Re: No separation in my milk
As long as your baby is growing, I am sure your milk is just fine! My guess is that what is happening is this: when your baby nurses, he's very efficient and he really empties the breast, getting both the watery foremilk and the creamier hindmilk. (Keep in mind that there isn't a switch that flips between the 2 types of milk; rather foremilk gradually transitions into hindmilk as the breast is emptied.) But when you pump, you may not be pumping long enough or effectively enough to get to the hindmilk, because pumps are much less efficient than babies are when it comes to emptying the breast.
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