To have a good breast pumping experience, you need to create a routine and have a good time schedule to continue to maintain a good breast milk supply. Just as you need to breastfeed your baby on a schedule initially you also will need to breast pump on a schedule.
In the beginning, when you are trying to establish a good breast milk supply, you will need to breast pump every 2-3 hours. Once you establish a good supply, and a keeping up with your baby’s feeding demands, then you will be able to spread you breast pumping sessions further apart.
You will need to find a good routine to fit into your schedule, but you should try to stick with the same times (more or less) each day. A good idea is to find equal intervals each time each day to help maintain your breast milk supply.
What kind schedule or you on and how quickly were you able to maintain this schedule and keep your breast milk supply up?