Exclusively Pumping Breast Milk: A Guide to Providing Expressed Breast Milk for Your Baby

Exclusively Pumping Breast Milk A Guide to Providing Expressed Breast Milk for Your Baby Provides a valuable resource for women who have dedicated themselves to providing expressed breast milk for their children for women considering the option and for medical professionals who work wit

  • Title: Exclusively Pumping Breast Milk: A Guide to Providing Expressed Breast Milk for Your Baby
  • Author: Stephanie Casemore
  • ISBN: 9780973614206
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • Provides a valuable resource for women who have dedicated themselves to providing expressed breast milk for their children, for women considering the option, and for medical professionals who work with new mothers The reasons women choose to exclusively pump are extremely varied prematurity, illness of the baby or mother, separation, latch problems, and personal preferenProvides a valuable resource for women who have dedicated themselves to providing expressed breast milk for their children, for women considering the option, and for medical professionals who work with new mothers The reasons women choose to exclusively pump are extremely varied prematurity, illness of the baby or mother, separation, latch problems, and personal preference It is possible to exclusively pump on a long term basis and this book will help you do it successfully.

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    1 thought on “Exclusively Pumping Breast Milk: A Guide to Providing Expressed Breast Milk for Your Baby”

    1. Absolutely wonderful book. Gives mothers another option besides the boob or the powder. When I had my twins in 2009, breastfeeding proved to be cruelly frustrating. After pumping and trying to nurse for 6 weeks, I came to the realization that I was spending more time crying than I was spending enjoying my little bundles. I didn't want to formula feed but I didn't immediately see another option. I was fine with pumping, though, so I started to google to see if it was even possible to pump exclusi [...]

    2. I can't believe I didn't find this book earlier. I had so many problems with breastfeeding my little one that we had to switch to exclusive pumping. I wish I had had this book from the beginning. I answered all my questions and has made my life so much easier. What a wonderful book!

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