Re: No milk when pumping - advice?
Some moms just don't have much success with pumping. Sometimes the issue is the make/model of pump- some moms have better luck with manual pumps, most moms have better luck with electric pumps- but sometimes the issue is just that they don't let down for any variety of pump.
Have you tried manual expression? As the PP mentioned, sometimes warmth and water are helpful, so trying to express in the shower may help the letdowns happen.
Since your baby is growing and meeting milestones, it certainly seems like you are having no trouble producing milk. (Not leaking or feeling letdowns are not indicators of poor supply.) So, what's your goal with pumping? Are you concerned about your milk supply? As long as you nurse on demand, there's no reason to be. Or do you want to be able to leave bottles for your baby so that a sitter can watch him? Even if you don't get anywhere with pumping, in a few short months you can give solids or cow's/goat's/soy/almond milk when you're away.
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