Pumping and storing breast milk can help provide a stay-at-home mom with the chance to have time for herself.
Once she returns to work, keeping up her supply of breast milk can be more of a challenge. She will need to keep her milk supply by continuing to pump and collect breast milk for her child to use while she is at work.
However, good planning, support, and the correct equipment can help a woman continue to breastfeed, even after returning to work outside the home.
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