Location: From Darlo Shore but living in Liverpool
id say go down to every 3hrs, you may seem to get less in the beginning but it will increase your milk supply even if it doesnt seem like it is, i would also suggest latching your baby on until you get let down, then quickly switching over to the pump, as this tends to get more out, babies are a lot more efficient than breast pumps
yeah shorten the time between pumping it will take a couple of days for your body to catch up but it will
curently i express and bf in combination so in the morning he gets a bottle whilei express for his evening bottle and i bf through the day,he was having 2 evening bottles but ive had to change one of those to a BF to increase the demand on my boobs as i express the mornings bottle after he goes to bed at night , so in effect he was having one more feed than my body was used to giving as i can get double quantity in the mornign on my first express as i do both sides
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