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Pumping and Returning to Work

Dana
DANA
Lactation Consultant
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Heading back to work in the new year, but still need to feed your little one? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Led by Tinyhood Lactation Consultant, Dana Czuczka.

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Loss supply need to regain supply
MONIQUE, PARENT OF 2 YEAR OLD

What can i do to regain supply of my milk

Dana
DANA

Without knowing too many details about your specific situation, the simplest answer is to increase frequency you nurse or pump. What’s a typical day of feeding currently look like?

MONIQUE

I started out slow then ended up with a huge supply but now im back to where i started every since i went back to work i am not able to pump as much as i use to. Starting to get a lil bumbed out

Dana
DANA

If you’ve had strong supply before, it’s likely we can boost easily again! How many times a day do you nurse or pump? Can you shoot for 8?

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Any recommendations
JENNIFER, PARENT OF 2 YEAR OLD

On how to begin your supply? I have a few bags of milk but would love to begin to have a larger supply, maybe even freeze some.

Dana
DANA

I have found that the best way to get ahead of yourself is to pump right after your first nursing session in Am. That’s when you are fullest!