Breast pump use precautions

- Dec 20, 2019-

1: Mothers who want to breastfeed but need to keep working, such as office workers such as white-collar workers.

2: When your breasts are full, or your nipples are blocked and your breasts are not well drained, and your swelling is painful, a good female breast pump will collect the milk for you, store it fresh, and empty your chest. Prevent breast stasis, swelling, pain and induration, prevent breast diseases such as mastitis abscess and breast hyperplasia It can also promote more milk excretion.

3: If the baby can't suck up the milk completely after breastfeeding, a good female breast pump can suck up the remaining milk to prevent milk accumulation.

4: People with short nipples or inverted nipples, when using a female breast pump, can massage the nipples and areola with negative pressure, which can achieve a comfortable effect, and have an outward stretching effect on the inverted nipples.

5: Caesarean section, when breastfeeding cannot be performed directly due to physical weakness and inconvenient physical activity.

6: Premature and low birth weight infants or infants with congenital diseases such as cleft lip and cleft palate, who are unable to suck and suck.

7: Using a breast pump to suck milk frequently can affect the nipples, which is conducive to reflexively promote the lactation system to excrete more prolactin, improve lactation function, increase lactation, and play a certain role in assisting lactation, and get used to women with low milk.

8: When the mother is temporarily out, the family can heat the stored breast milk and feed the baby to ensure that breast milk feeding is convenient.

9: When the child is 3 to 4 months old, the nipple biting often occurs when breast milk is sucked, and the mother is sad when the nipple is bitten. In severe cases, the bite may cause inflammation and nipple cracking. To prevent being bitten by your child, use a breast pump to draw milk and feed your child.