Should I pump?

Yes. If you are planning on returning to work or if you want to have the opportunity to have some personal time away from your baby, it is wise to pump and store some of your breastmilk so that someone else will be able to feed your baby. Pumping early in (in the first week or so) also will help your breast milk come in faster by stimulating your body to produce more milk.
No. This question needs more information to provide the best answer for this mother.

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Should I pump on one side at a time?

Yes. Yes, but only because pumping both simultaneously sounds like something only a circus acrobat could do unassisted. On the other hand, suckling twins simultaneously is doable. Tricky, but doable. Read more...

How much milk should I pump?

All you got! The better you empty the breasts, the better you will feel, and the more you will make next time. Read more...
What you have. The more you pump the better your breasts will feel afterwards. Also it will stimulate your body to continue to make more milk as your baby grows older and needs more to eat. Pump until your breasts feel soft and there are no hard areas. Using a double electric pump this often only takes about 15 minutes. Manual pumps will take longer. Read more...

How much time should I pump after feeding my preemie?

10 minutes each. Pumping up to 10 minutes each breast is a good place to start. It really depends on how long your baby nurses. Pump until your breast feels empty, then pump the other side. Excessive pumping may make you sore. Pay attention to your body you don't fatigue yourself. . Read more...

Should I pump if my baby has meningitis?

Yes. Absolutely. Once a sick child is able to feed again, breast milk will still be the best food. Read more...
Only if baby is weak. If baby is too weak for breast feeding, pumping and bottle feeding may be the answer. Discuss with your pediatrician. Read more...

I took a stacker 2 diet pill how long should I pump and dump before nursing?

Stacker 2 diet. pills are herbal supplements containing a combination of herbs and caffeine.The high dose of caffeine boosts energy but in many results in shakiness/jitteriness. There is no documented effectiveness for weight loss. With a recommended dose of 3 pills daily after meals I would surmise that the effects wane after 6-8 hours. I would wait 8 hours before nursing again.I'd probably pass on these pills:) Read more...

How much over my normal blood pressure should I start the measurement from it's my pressure is normally 120 over 80 what should I pump up the cuff - to start to get a reading?

Yes. If normally you get the reading of 120/80, you should pump up the pressure to 160 or so and gradually come down to appreciate the change in sound indicating systolic and diastolic limits. But if you are normal, without significant risk factors , you need to monitor not more than ever few weeks or once a month. Feel good! Read more...
180mmHg. I would inflate the cuff pressure to 180mmHg and slowly dial it down from there. That way, you will be able to catch if your blood pressure may be elevated on occasion. Remember, blood pressure changes regularly throughout the day and is not a stagnant number. Read more...
20points above. Cuff should inflate to 20pts above systolic number. As a safe bet inflate to 200mmhg. Other option is if you know how to check radial pulse then inflate to 20pt over when the radial pulse dissappears as the cuff is inflating. . Read more...