Re: Overactive supply - foremilk/hindmilk balance?
Do you notice a difference in the gassiness when you pump first? What do her stools look like?
My first thought is that if it is oversupply, then pumping before nursing will help for an individual feeding, but overall it's going to increase your supply. Have you tried nursing on only one side per feeding? Or even on the same side for two or three feedings in a row? Block feeding can cut down the amount of foremilk your baby is getting and get your supply under control if you have too much. But since it's actually reducing your supply, you should only try it if your baby is gaining well.
How often are you nursing? Is your baby sleeping through the night? It's just that 4-6 hours without nursing seems like a long time for a one month old, unless it's a long stretch of nighttime sleep. Foremilk is the milk that's been stored in your breasts between feedings -- it started out high in fat and as it collects behind the nipple the fat is reabsorbed. The more frequently you nurse, the less that happens and the higher the fat content will be. It can seem counterintuitive to nurse more often when you have an oversupply, but, especially combined with block feeding, it can really help.
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