Re: No milk today!!!
with the PPs.
Just wanted to address this:
Don't worry too much about this issue. The breast is never really empty, since more milk is always being made. So even if you do pump and empty yourself more thoroughly than usual, you will have milk for the next feeding. It may take your child a little longer to get her meal, since the milk won't be gushing out as fast as usual, and your baby may decide to feed again a little sooner than usual, but she will get fed.
Originally Posted by @llli*mmoore1851
If you want to pump after feedings but you're still scared that you'll take too much, try pumping just an extra oz or so. That should not impact the next feeding too much, if at all.
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