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Please speak to ABA (Australian Breastfeeding Association) they will give you great advice.
Why do you want to stop?
I found that my milk supply dried up when I tried to transition, maybe I didn't express often enough. I think it will be harder to maintain the milk supply rather than the other way around. Hope this helps, maybe we are all different.
Gradually add formula to the expressed milk, that way baby's tummy can get used to it slowly not in one big hit that'll be a big shock to their system. Look it up on the breastfeeding association website.
I dont think you should stop cold turkey, you'd probably end up with mastitis. Can you give your maternal and child health nurse a call or the Australian breast feeding association
Wtf. Yes stop completely so you can go to the gym. your superficial needs come first. High five.
I think that you are better off contacting your child health nurse or the Australian Breast Feeding Association. They will give you the right advice and support you.