Judgment-Free Breastfeeding

Maximize Your Breast Pumping Sessions


Whether you are pumping to maximize your milk supply, have milk for a bottle, or exclusively pumping, there are many techniques to help maximize your pumping sessions. What type of pump is best for your situation? How can you make breast pumping more comfortable? And what are some tips and tricks for letting down more easily to increase your output?

Our Expert

Amy Watson, IBCLC

Amy is an international board certified lactation consultant with her own private practice. She’s also a mom of two, with experience both breastfeeding and pumping, so she’s experiencing many breastfeeding challenges personally. Through her practice, Amy is able to support breastfeeding moms and increase access to breastfeeding. Amy is very proud to help moms accomplish their personal breastfeeding goals.



Robin Kaplan (host)
Children: Ben (2005), Ryan (2006)

Jessica Butanda
Children: London (2011)

Maryjane Fisher
Children: Jason (2011)

Marshelle Papa
Children: Grant (2008), Maxmell and Amara (2010)

Additional Resources

TheBoobGroup.com | Maximize Your Breast Pumping Sessions, Transcription

Stanford University | Hands on Pumping Video

BreastfeedingResearch.com | Podcast- Relaxation for Increasing Supply

AskDrSears.com | 19 Tips for Better Pumping

BabyCenter.com | Top Tips from Moms Who Pump

BabyCenter.com | Pumping Breast Milk: An Overview

Parents.com | Your Ultimate Pumping Guide

Featured Segments

The Best Apps for Breastfeeding

Our Panelist’s Favorite Apps!
Our breastfeeding panelists share which apps they’re currently using on their smartphones to help them keep track of their milk supply, stick to a breastfeeding schedule and even help while they’re pumping at work. If you have a breastfeeding app that’s helped you, we’d love to share it with our audience! Call The Boob Group Hotline and leave us a message.

Nursing Basics for New Moms

The Importance of Family Support
As you prepare for breastfeeding, don’t be afraid to lean of your family for support, especially men. Men remember different things than women, which could definitely come in handy during those late night (or early morning) feeding sessions.



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