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What are your pumping wins?

  • Has anyone created an oversupply that didn't have one naturally? I'm making about 2 ounces more per day than baby takes in, but I don't plan on pumping the whole first year so I'd like to create at least a little bit of an oversupply if I can to help stretch the milk out longer

  • We lost power last night around 6:30 here in GA and it hasn't come back on yet. Thankfully my S1 was fully charged so my pumping was unaffected. I was so concerned about my frozen milk though. This morning one of my friends texted me offering to come over with her coolers to bring my stash to her freezer. She saved my stash! (All except for the 10.5 ounces that were in the fridge. I guess I can use that for milk baths?) We're chilling (literally, thanks to A/C) at my husband's parent's today. Estimated time for power to return is midnight tonight.

    I was so frazzled last night, worried about the milk.

  • I'm currently 4wpp and average 26oz a day. I make enough for my daughter to have a day, slightly a little more. I have slowly increased every week; I know each day is going to look different. 2 days ago I hit my highest at 33oz in a day. I do want to say I'm not perfect , I'm not 100% on my schedule but I make sure to empty out as soon as possible. My first great step was making an appointment before giving birth. It let me know what to do and how to start. Right from the hospital I was pumping. Although I currently can not schedule a a 2nd pump consult (unpaid maternity leave) to make any changes, update, and make sure I have the right pump settings I feel I'm in the right path.

  • I hate that I get nauseous the moment I turn on my pump. Am I the only one?

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