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    Thanks heaps JR03 , after reading up so much it was all getting very overwhelming and confusing but you have eased all that for me now and make so much more sense than any website i have read will bookmarking this post for when the time comes lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fairy82 View Post
    Are you needing to express or anything during the day, my ideal situation once i have bubs is full breastfeeding for first 2 months until i go back to work then formula during the day and i bf at night and in morning before work if he is awake and wanting a feed, but worried i will need to express during the day which i don't particularly want to while at work, my workplace is not the most hygienic of places *blerg* .
    Is expressing in the car an option? Just that two months isn't very long and at that point, some people (like I was) are still establishing their supply. Are you going back full time or part? If only a couple of days a week you can likely get away with expressing for comfort, topping up with formula on those days and fully bf the rest of the week. Are you entitled to ppl?

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    Unfortunately i don't drive, will be doing 3 days in office and 2 days at home for a few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fairy82 View Post
    Thanks heaps JR03 , after reading up so much it was all getting very overwhelming and confusing but you have eased all that for me now and make so much more sense than any website i have read will bookmarking this post for when the time comes lol.
    I'm glad I could help! Don't hesitate to ask if you have any further questions :-)


 

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