It is generally safe to breastfeed your baby immediately after pumping, as long as you have washed your hands and the pumping equipment is clean.
After pumping, you may want to gently massage your breasts or hand express a small amount of milk to stimulate further milk production and ensure that your breasts are empty.
This can help to prevent engorgement and make it easier for your baby to latch on to your breast.
It’s also important to remember that every woman’s body is different, and some women may experience a temporary decrease in milk supply after pumping.
If you are concerned about your milk supply or have questions about breastfeeding after pumping, it’s a good idea to talk to your healthcare provider or a lactation consultant for personalized advice.
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