Expressing Breast Milk for Your Baby
By Donna Murray, About.com Guide
- Pumping at Work
- Handling Expressed Breast Milk
- Dealing with Problems, Issues, and Concerns About Pumping
Pumping at Work
You're going back to work and still want to maintain your breastfeeding relationship with your baby. With planning and preparation, you'll find success! Here are the details on pumping your breast milk when you return to work.
- How to Freeze and Defrost Breast Milk
- Breastfeeding Equipment and Devices
- Going Back to Work
- Tell Us! How Did You Manage Going Back to Work and Breastfeeding?
- VIDEO: Pumping at Work
- Review of Pumpin' Pal Premium Breast Pump Flanges
- Breast Pump and Breastfeeding Supply Product Review and Buying Information
Handling Expressed Breast Milk
Now that your milk is expressed and ready-to-go, what do you do with it? Here is all you need to know on storing and handling breast milk.
- Using a Breast Pump: When, Why and How
- How to Freeze and Thaw Breast Milk
- Breast Milk Storage Bags and Containers
- Breast Milk Storage Bags
- Plastic Breast Milk Storage Bottles
- Glass Containers for Breast Milk Storage
- Breast Milk Storage Trays
- Nursing Supplementer Devices
- Alternative Feeding Methods for The Breastfed Baby
- How To Become A Human Milk Donor
- How to Store Breastmilk
- How to Hand-Express Breast Milk
- Breast Milk on Airplanes
- Shipping Breast Milk When Travelling
- VIDEO: How to Pump and Store Breast Milk
- VIDEO: The Marmet Hand-Expression Technique
- VIDEO: Storing Breast Milk
Dealing with Problems, Issues, and Concerns About Pumping
Most breastfeeding moms run into some sort of issue along the way, but this does not mean you should just throw in the towel. Lactation consultants can help you achieve your breastfeeding goals if you encounter problems. Sometimes temporary intervention is necessary, but this does not mean that your breastfeeding success will be threatened.
- Feeding Breast Milk and Formula
- Introducing a Bottle
- How Much Breast Milk Do I Put in a Bottle?
- Exclusive Pumping and Bottle Feeding