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Exclusively Pumping Breast Milk offers moms the knowledge, advice, and support necessary to initiate and maintain their milk supply with a breast pump. This second edition of the first—and most comprehensive—book about exclusively pumping offers well-researched information, and plenty of tips and tricks, to help you on your journey. In addition to the basics of exclusively pumping, the second edition includes information on lactation and breast milk composition, increasing and decreasing supply, overcoming common challenges, pumps and accessories, storing expressed milk, weaning, and also a chapter specifically for mothers with babies in the NICU. Exclusively pumping breast milk is possible and this book will provide the accurate information and support necessary for you to provide your baby with “expressed love”.