2.Silicone Breast shield
3.Breast shield body
4.Diaphragm cap 5.Diaphragm
. With 3D-Soft breast shield to stimulate baby's natural sucking actions.
. Only 4- pieces pump kit makes an easy assembling & cleaning
. Pump kit diameter at 25mm (Option 21mm/29mm available)
Features NO.1: Clear LCD screen display real-time status
Features NO.2: 2 Phase Expression : Stimulation & Expression
Features NO.3: Indepent suction Control on Left/Right/Dual Suction
Features NO.4: Extremely Soft and Comfortable with silicone cushion
Features NO.5: 9 adjustable suction control with memory function to remember your preferred settings
If you have any question,please contact us!
Q: What to do if you have low milk supply?
A: See a lactation consultant or breastfeeding specialist. They will assess whether you have low milk supply and observe a breastfeed to see if your baby is latched on well and taking in enough milk. You could also try having more skin-to-skin contact with your baby before and during feeds to stimulate the hormone oxytocin, which gets your milk flowing. Or use relaxation techniques, such as listening to your favourite calming music, to reduce any anxiety that could be affecting your supply.
Q: What cause breast engorgement?
A: Engorgement usually occurs because a baby is not feeding frequently enough (at least eight times every 24 hours). It can happen to any new mum, but is more common in women who’ve had previous breast augmentation or other breast surgery. Pressure from a badly fitting bra or tight clothing can make the discomfort worse, and may lead to blocked ducts and possibly mastitis.
Q: How to treat engorged breasts?
A: The most effective breast engorgement treatment is a hungry baby! You should try to empty your breasts as much and as often as possible to help keep milk flowing-so feed on demand, between eight and 12 times every 24 hours.
Q: What to eat while breastfeeding?
A: Plenty of fruit and vegetables, as well as whole grains such as oats, brown rice, and cereals and breads labeled “wholegrain” “wholemeal” or “wholewheat”. These foods, as well as potatoes, pasta and couscous, are also high in starch, an important source of energy.
You need lean protein too – good sources include chicken, eggs, pulses, lentils, fish and lean beef – and healthy fats, found in olive oil, nuts, seeds, avocados and oily fish such as salmon or mackerel.