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Supply after morning pump

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I know our bodies are suppose to make more milk to keep up with our LOs demands, but I have noticed that if I pump immediately following the first feed of the day in the morning, she will eat every hour for a couple hours. Anybody else? She seems frustrated when I BF her after I pump and I only pump once a day to get a stash, otherwise I'm BFing her.
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Re: Supply after morning pump

  • She's frustrated if you bf her after you pump b/c there probably isn't anything there for her.
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  • image mrsh0606:
    She's frustrated if you bf her after you pump b/c there probably isn't anything there for her.
    . I'm not BFig immediately after I pump. I'm talking an hour and a half later at her usual feeding.

    I'm just wondering if anyone else has this issue with their bodies not producing enough for that following feeding.
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  • Start chugging that H2O because it sounds like your body is having a hard time keeping up. I went through the same thing. You must stay hydrated once I started that I had no problem feeding my son and pumping for later use. I'd have a glass every hour, yes you'll pee all the time but your supply will be a flowin! GL
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  • image JandKHall:
    Start chugging that H2O because it sounds like your body is having a hard time keeping up. I went through the same thing. You must stay hydrated once I started that I had no problem feeding my son and pumping for later use. I'd have a glass every hour, yes you'll pee all the time but your supply will be a flowin! GL
    . Thanks! For some reason I didn't think of that. :
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  • image mrsh0606:
    She's frustrated if you bf her after you pump b/c there probably isn't anything there for her.

    This isn't entirely true because your breasts don't really empty. It's supply and demand so once your body adjusts to the routine of so much demand in the morning (due to the added pumping session), your supply will increase during that time of day in response. 

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