Re: 11 months and need suggestions
You might start getting her used to taking less milk while you are gone, if you think that would work. Usually around 12 months it's ok to stop pumping altogether. It won't affect your supply when you are with her and by that time a lot of kids are eating enough solids to get them through a work day (or night) without expressed breastmilk. Another option would be to introduce cow's milk to replace breast milk, but that's not really necessary if your lo is still nursing 3-4 times a day.
If it's part of the bedtime routine I could see how that would make things more difficult. Some options for pumping more might be to increase the amount of time you are pumping per session, start pumping at other times, like after nursing, or adding a session in while you are at work. Eating oatmeal is good for upping output and there are herbal supplements available that might help. But 9-12 months is a pretty typical time for your pumping output to drop significantly.
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