5 months old baby

Question: Are breast pump is really beneficial and till when I can use it?

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Answer: Hello, I'm happy to help. You would need a breast pump if baby is not nursing well, when you need to increase milk supply, or when return to full- or part-time work and want to provide milk for baby, or when planning occasional separations from baby for more than a couple of hours. Using it would be left to you, till you want to feed your baby with Breastmillk. All the best.
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