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What To Know About Pumping Milk

Find out what you should know about pumping milk and what options are available for breast pumps before you make a decision.
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Review 1 for What To Know About Pumping Milk

Date:April 18, 2012
that is so neat, i had no idea that the breast sheild could really effect the breast pump process. wow
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Review 2 for What To Know About Pumping Milk

Date:March 5, 2012
if breast feeding is a challenge for your little one ask your doc for a nipple sheild. i had to use one its like a bottle nipple that fits over your nipple.. makes it easier for baby and less stressfull for mom.. i couldnt have breast fed with out it.. my son is 3 months and still using it.. ive only found them through the hospitals tho..
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Review 3 for What To Know About Pumping Milk

Date:July 31, 2011
breastfeeding and pumping is def. tricky. your baby gets the amount they need to keep them full and pumping throws your body off. so i suggest not saying that you need to but for the first month or two you don't pump so your body knows how much and when it needs to pump so baby has the right amount of food and there won't be a shortage.
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Review 4 for What To Know About Pumping Milk

Date:May 20, 2011
I have been breast feeding for 3 1/2 months now and there is no slowing down. I take a herbal supplement by Mother's love called more milk plus.
When I was just starting out I had blistered real bad and was bleeding. But breast milk is the healthiest,I would take hot showers and use nipple cream before I got in the shower to protect my already sore nipples and I would also use warm compresses and use a double pump to trick my body into thinking I had twins so not only was I able to feed my daughter but store milk every time after she ate.
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Review 5 for What To Know About Pumping Milk

Date:March 3, 2011
It is important to not become overwhelmed with the pumping process in general. It definately takes time to get used to this process along with nursing. The most important thing is to remain calm and just deal. It makes everything easier.
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