Why You Need A Pump
When you can’t be there for your baby, your breast milk still can. Using a quality breast pump will help you maintain your milk supply when you are away from your baby or if your baby is too premature or sick to breastfeed. There are also manual options in case of emergency, power outage or an unplanned situation. Breastfeeding is the best option for your baby and Ameda makes it easy.
More About The Benefits of Breast Pumping:
Increase Your Freedom
- Having a breast pump on hand gives you the freedom to indulge in the occasional date night with your partner or run errands.
- Using a breast pump allows working moms to experience the satisfaction of providing what’s best for their babies.
- Pumping allows you to provide breast milk if your baby is too sick or premature to breastfeed at birth.
- Pumping when you are a way from your baby also helps you avoid potential expenses and health risks of using formula.
Minimize Breastfeeding Issues
- Using a breast pump allows you to develop and maintain your milk supply while you work with a lactation professional.
- Pumping will help alleviate pressure when you begin to wean your baby. (Pump until the pain subsides, but do not drain your breast.)
- If the shape of your nipples (flat or inverted) causes latching issues, pumping will help soften the nipples for easier latching.
Alleviate Milk Supply Issues
- Pumping and breastfeeding together can help increase your milk supply.
- Pumping will help increase milk production.
Other Reasons to Pump
- If you suffer from Mastitis or other health issues, pumping will help you drain your breast and help the healing process.
- If you have an excess milk supply and choose to donate milk to a milk bank or milk exchange program.
- Dad can bond with baby while still providing nourishing breast milk.
Ameda breast pumps are easy to assemble and use, learn more about using an Ameda breast pump.
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