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. Hard horn food grade PP material diameter at 27mm.
. Special silicone diaphragm design,closed system with anti-backflow.
. Easy to assemble,operate and clean.
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
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Q: The benefits of breastfeeding for your baby?
A: Breast milk is full of live ingredients, including stem cells, white blood cells and beneficial bacteria, as well as other bioactive components, such as antibodies, enzymes and hormones, which all help fight infection, prevent disease and contribute to normal healthy development.
Q: The benefits of breastfeeding for your mums?
A: Breastfeeding lowers your lifelong risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Every extra month that you breastfeed also reduces your risk of a number of cancers, including those of the breast, ovaries and uterus. Breastfeeding improves bone mineralization, also can even boost brainpower.
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: How to decrease milk supply?
A: Try laid-back breastfeeding - Feeding in a reclined position, or lying down, can be helpful because it gives your baby more control.
Relieve pressure – if your breasts are very comfortable you can hand express or pump a little milk to relieve them- but try to express the smallest amount possible.
Try nursing pads – If you’re leaking milk, popping disposable nursing pads super or milk collection shells inside your bra could help you stay dry.
Avoid lactation teas and supplements
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: 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;