I am sorry to hear about this, because a child is truly something special and all mothers should be allowed to spend precious time with their children in the first few months. The only advice would be that you have to fing time to express milk during the day. At least 1-2times. This will increase your breast milk production and also allow you to leave some breatmilk for the baby to drink in your absence. Giving you some time to express milk is truly the least that your employer can do.
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