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Pumping & Returning Back to Work

Pumping & Returning Back to Work

It is so hard to think about returning to work after having a baby, but there are ways to prepare for the transition that will make things easier for you and your little one. Making sure your baby will willingly accept a bottle, building a reserve of breast milk in your freezer, and setting up your workspace so you’ll have time and a place to pump on the job, are a few things you’ll want to think about before your return. But have no fear; we’ve compiled a list of our top tips for making your return back to work a seamless one.

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5 Tips for Increasing Your Milk Supply

5 Tips for Increasing Your Milk Supply

The majority of mothers produce enough breast milk to meet the needs of their growing babies, but there are certain factors that can put a woman at risk for low milk supply. If you’re dealing with low milk supply, it’s important to seek professional help from a Board Certified Lactation Consultant to figure out the root of the cause. In the meantime, here are our top 5 tips to help you increase your milk production:

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Breastfeeding with Oversupply

Breastfeeding with Oversupply

Do you suffer from constant engorgement or have a history of recurring plugged ducts or mastitis? Does your baby cough, choke, gasp and pull off the breast at feedings? Is your little one gaining significantly more than 2 pounds (900g) per month? If so, you probably have an overabundant milk supply.

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The Basics of Breast Engorgement

The Basics of Breast Engorgement

Breast engorgement is the term used to describe the swelling in your breasts that most often occurs when milk starts increasing in volume around 3-5 days postpartum. The pain associated with breast engorgement can range from mild to extreme, but there is no need to be alarmed...

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