It is a blessing to have a child, but having a child means a lot of responsibilities, and you have to take extra care for the new born. If you are new to motherhood and want to breast pump and make sure that you learn everything about it beforehand. If you are interested in learning more then make sure you give this article a read as it contains everything that you need to know, you can consider this article as your beginners guide to breast pumping.
Most mothers get breast milk first thing in the morning, so if you are going for breast pumping then add it to your morning routine as the first thing to do. You can pump either before or after you nurse your child. If you want to breast pump before nursing then do so an hour before, however, if you want to breast pump after feeding your child then do so after half an hour or maybe an hour later. You can easily pump out enough milk to feed your baby for the next time they need it.
If you breast pump and your baby wants to feed immediately after then do not panic, just let them feed as some of the babies are patient enough to wait and get the right amount of milk that they need.
Always keep in mind that every child and mother bond is different, it is not necessary that a schedule that works for others might work out for you as well. You have to work out your own schedule that works for you without any problems. Even if you face problems at the start, do not worry too much, everything will fall in place eventually.