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Pumping tips
carolinasu8 posted:
Hey! I have two tips for women who are pumping and bottle-feeding breast milk. My son is almost 3 mo and I've basically been doing this since he was a couple weeks old. My breasts got engorged and he couldn't latch on and it was just easier for me to pump. I was producing pretty well and then came to a screeching halt. I started taking alfalfa and it works wonders. I can now pump on average 10 ounces at a sitting. When I get up in the morning I've been known to pump 18 ounces.

Another tip, about three days ago I noticed my milk wasn't coming out when I'd pump. I'd have to sit there and kneed my breasts with my hands to make the milk come out and what I could get from 20 minutes took 40. Not fun. So this morning I was getting everything together and I noticed one of the membranes was torn (Medela Pump N Style). Once I replaced it the milk came out as quickly and easily as it had before.
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MSettle78 responded:
Wow thanks for your Tips I for sure found them both VERY useful... About the alfalfa Ive been taking fenugreek and milk thistle think its okay to add the alfalfa? And where did you find it
alaska_mommy responded:
Great advice, I think this will help a lot of new moms I'm not nursing now, but if/when I do again I might just bookmark this. I generally only got about 3-5 oz when I would pump in the past.But that was not with an electric pump, just the hand-crank style. Then again, my son took to nursing just fine, so I didn't have much need for it.
Anon_7315 responded:
thanks for the tip.. sorry what is alfalfa?

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