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If you will be returning to work and intend to continue breastfeeding your baby, make sure that you have chosen a breast pump you are comfortable with, and that you are confident that your baby will have no problems taking your expressed breastmilk from his caregiver. You may also want to read our article on Paced Responsive Feeding which is a technique of feeding breastmilk (to established breastfed babies) that means the baby still uses the same tongue movements as at the breast which reduces nipple confusion and extends your breastfeeding journey.

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