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  • Pumping for an Occasional Bottle

    Have you ever wondered, “If I am breastfeeding all the time, how am I supposed to ever be able to pump milk for a bottle?” Here’s how: After breastfeeding your baby, pump both breasts. Try to do this around the […]

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  • What Type of Milk Supply Do You Have?

    If you have an average milk supply and you are exclusively breastfeeding (i.e., not supplementing with formula or feeding solids), your baby probably gains about five to seven ounces a week. Most often, your baby accepts both breasts at each […]

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  • Moms Like Me: Tips for Clearing Plugged Ducts

    We asked other Balanced Breastfeeding mamas for their best advice for getting rid of a stubborn plugged duct and here are their responses: Moving milk: Nurse on the plugged side first at each feeding. Nurse constantly, like you’re in a […]

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