Can I lost weight by pumping my milk same as breast feeding?

Yes. As long as you eat a balanced diet based on your pre-pregnancy weight and continue to produce milk for your baby, you should gradually lose weight. Baby is better at removing milk from the breast than any other extraction method.

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Why does excessive breast pumping tend to dry up milk? I am breast pump and breast feeding. I am afraid of drying out

You have to be relax. Stressing yourself out and worrying too much may contribute to drying you up. You can use fenugreek to increase milk production by 900 % per research studies! drink plenty of fluids and get enough sleep 8 hours straight . Good luck .Fyi -pumping helps stimulate milk production not the other way around. Read more...

I'm pumping breast milk and giving my kid How to make 9 month kid forget direct breast feeding?

Sometimes difficult. Wean gradually so your baby continues to feel the closeness or bonding. Changing to a sippy cup rather than an alternate nipple may help. It will take 1-2 weeks to change the process so lots of patience. All the best with this. Read more...
Takes time, patience. Babies all over the world getting weaned off the best thing ever are asking their moms "Really? Seriously, Mom?" Im not a La Leche League consultant or a pediatrician, but as a prior breastfeeding mom, I believe nipple choice is critical. Invest in the best orthodontically-appropriate brands. Eons ago, Nuk & Medela were it. Now "peristaltic nipples" w/ wide latch-on base = best. Great job pumping! Read more...

I'm breast feeding my 6 months old but having a hard time pumping enough extra milk to make up her cereal. Is it ok to use water or another alternative?

Yes. At 6 months of age, a little breast milk is still better than none, but you should not expect to meet all needs with it. Adding formula is fine; even a little whole cow milk if there are no problems with it. Read more...

I have a 4 months old baby and I pump my milk bit breast feeding, l sweat a lot at night, any ideas why?

Hormonal. Most likely your sweating is benign and could be related to hormonal changes, anxiety or temperature in your home. See you doctor to rule out tuberculosis or other causes. Read more...

How do I stop breast feeding? I need to stop milk flow but don't know how.

Slowly. You cannot just stop breastfeeding, you will get engorged. Instead what you need to do is cut out a feeding every 5-7 days. You need to plan ahead if you are going back to work, it may take a good 6 weeks to stop completely. Read more...
Just Stop. Stopping feeding will result in decreased and eventual milk production cessation. Breastfeeding triggers release of hormones from the brain involved in milk production and letdown. Women experience engorgement and breast discomfort when stopping breastfeeding, but it goes away. Warm compresses can help. Read more...
Stop. Leave the breast lone.If they get hard ,apply ice.without stimulation,the milk will eventually dry up. Read more...
Breast Feeding. The best way to stop breast feeding is to wean your baby off of the breast. If you decrease the number of nursings per day by one every few days, your body will slowly decrease the amount of milk it produces. Depending on your baby's age, you can offer the baby either formula or whole milk to replace the decrease in breast milk. Read more...
Cold compresses. stop breast feeding, minimize nipple stimulation, cold compresses and tight fitting bras is a good start. It will tke some time, so be prepared and set your expectations accordingly. Read more...

Hi, I'm breast feeding my son and today mu breast stop producing milk. What should I do?

Increase. Your drinking and nursing to at least every 2 hours. You could try the herb fenugreek to increase your milk or contact your doctor to consider a medication called Reglan (metoclopramide) whose side effect can be increased milk production. Read more...
It depends. Since i don't know how old your son is, a specific answer will be difficult. If he is old enough to be eating solid foods and has reduced nursing, you should do nothing. If you are pregnant again, your milk production may stop. If you are undernourished and dehydrated, or stressed your milk production will suffer. So consider these things and correct if your baby still needs to be nursed. Read more...