14Pump if You Can’t Feed
If you’re working or if there other obstacles to getting your baby to feed every few hours, you might want to pump during these times instead. This can help you drain your breasts even without your baby. If you are able to freeze your expressed milk, it can also give
you an extra breastmilk supply for your baby to feed on when you’re not around.
Pretty much the same principle applies for this: drain it to make it. Emptying your breasts stimulates milk production, after all. This is whether it’s done by a baby or a pump. So bring that pump with you everywhere!