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I had a pump from when DS was a baby and I WOH, so I didn't need to go out and buy one.
In your situation, I'd probably hand-express if I was getting really full and uncomfortable and the child didn't want to nurse. If you get into the habit of pumping when the child isn't nursing, you'll just keep on making more milk than the child needs. Pumping is appropriate during a nursing strike, or if you have to be separated from your child, or for the OCCASOINAL time your child doesn't want to nurse as often as usual, but in general, if the child is cutting back on nurisng it's better for your breasts to adjust to the amount he's drinking.
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