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    My supply has adjusted like others. I find that if we sleep the night through, I tend to leak everywhere, but am so used to it. I don't wear any breast pads at night as I like to make sure my nipples have some air etc. so unfortunately it's new sheets those days lol

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    My dd has been sleeping around 8-11 hours from 4weeks. She is 15 weeks now my breasts are still full in the morning and supply has not been effected. I only pump around once or twice a week if that. Even when she does wake for an odd 4am feed My supply has been fine that day. She does feed a lot during the day on demand and likes to snack a lot.

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    Great thanks so much for all your replies.

    Im too nervous to introduce a dream feed as she is sleeping through and I'm scared of waking her as some nights she's difficult to settle.

    Decided i'll pump after she goes to bed to start a freezer stash

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    My girl slept thru from around 12wks, then once teething hit badly from around 5mths (now 9mths) it's been anywhere from 0, 1 to 3 wake ups each night! (Grumble grumble). After she's had a few nights of feeding a few times, it seems to bring my milk back in a bit more, coz the next night she sleeps longer or straight thru, I am very full.

    Each day seems to be different tho, and obv must be other factors (diet, water intake, if we're out n about) coz some mornings I need to pump after her first feed, or later in the morn, while other days she just takes it almost as I make it!


 

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