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Breast Pumping Basics

Breast Pumping Basics

Using a breast pump to express milk can be very intimidating to new and expectant mothers. Our team of Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultants (“IBCLC”s) at the Pump Station and Nurtury field a variety of questions every day about breast pumping. The most common questions we hear include:

How do I choose a breast pump, and when should I start? How often and how long should I pump? How much milk can I expect to get, and when is the best time to pump? When is a good time to begin giving my baby a bottle, and how do I safely store my expressed breast milk?  

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Videos: Common Questions About Breastfeeding

Videos: Common Questions About Breastfeeding

 

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How do I know if My Baby is Getting Enough to Eat?

Published on August 2014
Corky Harvey, MS, RN, IBCLC answers a common question from nursing mothers, "How do I know if my baby is getting enough?"

 



When to Start Pumping?

Published on August 2014
Wendy Haldeman, MN, RN, IBCLC answers a common question from nursing mothers, "When do I start pumping?"

 



How to Increase Milk Supply While Working?

Published on August 2014
Barbara Zimmermann, RN, BSN, IBCLC, CEIM answers a common question from nursing mothers, "How can I increase my milk supply while working?"

 



Does it Matter if you Mix Breastmilk with Formula?

Published on August 2014
Wendy Haldeman, MN, RN, IBCLC answers the question: Can you combine breastmilk and formula?

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