HI there, I received a call from a nurse that kinda sent me over the edge a little. As if enough isn't going on in my pregnancy, I've learned that most likely Amelia will be taken away from me and whisked to NICU even if she IS carried to term to be monitored for glucose levels and may need an IV line put in. I feel just awful the little one has to go through this in her short life already but I've heard it's normal and better the baby be healthy than sugar levels drop to nothing and she be in agony! What I'm posting about is that I'm planning to get a pump soon to be on the safe side if I perhaps go early or if I even go to term and she's taken away and will need my breast milk. A couple of my friends with PCOS have said their milk never came in and to be prepared. I'm not sure for how long they actually tried or if they even used a pump to work it out either but I'm pretty bummed about this aspect already. Is there anything I can take or eat that will help produce milk in me while I'm waiting to give birth to her this fall? Second, I've seen in here where some have started pumping early and I'm guessing FREEZING the milk? I'm wondering how early one starts pumping in that case? I know that stimulating the nipples can cause preterm labor and since that's not something I actually want having gone at 22wks and my son passing, I'm thinking what many of you are speaking of is closer to the time when baby is due is when you start. Is my assumption correct? Lastly. I'm concerned that once nicu takes Amelia (depending on how long they have her for) we'll have issues with latching to the boob. If it's a few days and we end up getting milk in a bottle for her to feed from, how likely will it be that she will go to the boob afterward? What should be prepared for?! Thank you!