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Breastfeeding and X-rays

Oct 13, 2015 12:21:08 PM

Sharen Medrano, Yummy Mummy Support Group IBCLC (www.nycbreastfeeding.com)Read More
Posted in Boob Scoop by Mary Ausman

Combining Milk

Oct 6, 2015 10:08:17 AM

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The Wee Hours

Sep 29, 2015 9:57:14 AM

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Pumping Sessions

Sep 22, 2015 11:14:22 AM

Although it may be tempting to extend a pumping session to produce more milk, it is more important to focus on the number of times you pump instead of the duration of the pumping session. Since milk production is primarily dependent on demand, the number of pumping sessions plays a greater role in milk production and supply than the length of each pump. (The recommended amount of time for a pumping session is 10-15 minutes, however some moms may stop before 10 minutes if they have drained their breasts before then). This tip is especially helpful for mothers who pump at work or who choose to exclusively pump, since a key to maintaining milk production is making sure the breasts are drained enough times during a 24-hour period. Contributed by Sharen Medrano, IBCLC (www.nycbreastfeeding.com)Read More
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Weaning and Feelings

Sep 15, 2015 10:23:46 AM

Sharen Medrano, IBCLC (www.nycbreastfeeding.com)Read More
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Evening Supply

Sep 8, 2015 1:42:13 PM

Sharen Medrano, IBCLC (www.nycbreastfeeding.com)Read More
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Feeding on Demand

Sep 1, 2015 4:50:21 PM

Sharen Medrano, IBCLC (www.nycbreastfeeding.com)Read More
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Expressed Milk

Aug 25, 2015 11:06:15 AM

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How often does my baby breastfeed?

Aug 18, 2015 12:23:16 PM

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Production Adjusting

Aug 11, 2015 1:11:23 PM

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Boob Scoop: Once your milk supply has leveled off, around week eight, you may find it difficult to pump extra breastmilk to build a freezer stash. This does not mean that you have a milk supply issue, but rather that your body has adjusted to produce the amount of milk that your baby needs. As you reach the point of producing just the right amount of milk for your baby, your breasts may not feel as full as in the early weeks. This too is also normal. If breastfeeding has been going well and your baby is gaining steadily and her diaper output is good, your milk supply is also likely to be on point. Sharen Medrano, IBCLC (www.nycbreastfeeding.com)

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