Pump both breasts until they seem to have stopped producing milk and then extend the session by pumping another five to 10 minutes. By pumping beyond the normal time, you stimulate your breasts to produce more milk. When a baby is breastfed, it does the same nursing more frequently. Pump every half hour to every two hours. As your baby goes between feedings, you can do the same between pumping sessions. For example, if your baby is eating every four hours, you can pump every two to three hours to increase milk production.
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