Features NO.1: Clear LCD screen and advanced touch panel provide 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: 2 Ways Power supply: by AC adapter or built-in rechargeable li-ion battery
Features NO.5: 9 adjustable suction control with memory function to remember your preferred settings
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Q: How many types of breast pump?
A: There are two types of electric breast pumps, hospital grade and personal use pumps. Hospital grade pumps are larger and intended for multiple users. Personal use pumps are smaller and generally intended for one user.
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 causes breast engorgement?
A: Engorgement usually occurs because a baby is not feeding frequently enough (at least eight times every 24 hours).
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 help your baby latch on the breast
A: Check your latching position;
Encourage your baby to open his mouth;
Bring your baby to your breast;
Keep your baby close during latch on;