WHY IS THE ELECTRIC BREAST PUMP MOMMY GOOD?
Pumping can have a way of making us human mamas feel a little like milk machines. But we all want to do whatever we can for our babies — and there are a few ways to make the process a little less, well, sucky.
Even if you plan to exclusively breastfeed (often referred to as “EBF”), it is helpful to have a breast pump on hand. Why? It can help to increase your milk supply, especially in those early days. Breast milk is produced on a supply and demand basis, so pumping for a few minutes after nursing or adding in a pumping session an hour or so after baby finished can up your supply.
You’ll also want to pump so other caregivers can feed bottle-feed baby — especially handy for those middle-of-the-night feedings. (You don’t have to do them all yourself, Mom!) And if you ever want to be away from baby for a night out with your partner or an afternoon with friends, a breast pump gives you the freedom to do so.
Of course, if you’re planning on breastfeeding after returning to work, you’ll want a breast pump so you can keep your supply up, have a stash in your home freezer and relieve engorgement when you’re at the office.
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A BOTTLE OF DUAL-USE, NO SECONDARY POLLUTION
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USB VOLTAGE VS PUMPING WHILE CHARGING
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