Breastfeeding:Pumping to Increase Your Milk Supply

Breastfeeding:Pumping to Increase Your Milk Supply

Breastfeeding:Pumping to Increase Your Milk Supply

  particularly when they are going back to work.

Pumping and storing milk

The tip is if you’re going to be away from your baby for more than a couple hours each day, you’ll need to pump to keep your milk supplies up...a lot. You can get breast milk by hand or pump it with a breast pump. It may take a few days or weeks for your baby to get used to breast milk in a bottle. So it's advisable to begin practicing early if you're going back to work. Breast milk can be safely used within 2 days if it's stored in a refrigerator. Breast milk can be frozen for up to 6 months. Do not warm up or thaw frozen breast milk in a microwave. That will destroy some of its immune-boosting qualities, and it can cause fatty portions of the breast milk to become super hot. Thaw breast milk in the refrigerator or in a bowl of warm water instead.

The good news is rather than going cheap, Little Martin’s Electric Double Breast Milk Pump Kit which implant with a Rechargeable Battery - Wireless and Travel-Friendly can surely cater to your very needs. It has advanced rhythmic design mimics a baby's natural sucking behavior so you can safely release more milk, fast and consistently. Cushioned silicone breast shield maximizes comfort and prevents leakage, and more pros just to name a few. Undeniably, its ease of use and convenience are worth every penny. 

Also, Little Martin's Breastmilk Storage Bags with Temperature Measurement and Improved Leak-Proof - Patented Zipper Design & BPA Free, that is ideal for storing, freezing, warming up, and pouring breastmilk into feeding bottles serve as a complementary role with your breast pumping.

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