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The first hours, days and weeks are critical to building good milk volumes. If infants are not yet breastfeeding exclusively when discharged, it is important that mothers are given the right information to effectively continue increasing their milk volumes at home.
Infants who are not yet:
Research recommends that for the first few days/weeks a multi-user hospital grade pump, like Symphony, with it’s INITIATE and MAINTAIN programs is used.
This supports the mother to build and/or maintain adequate milk supply until her baby can breastfeed effectively and exclusively.
Download this infographic guide which helps to identify the right pump for:
Here you will find our other infographics to help support mothers going home who need to pump exclusively or in addition to breastfeeding:
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