Having a good understanding of its advantages for each situation can help you decide whether it’s right for your breastfeeding journey.
You have a premature/ sick baby
Under these circumstances, babies are kept in the NICU (newborn intensive care unit) for a designated period. Many doctors recommend breast pumping to ensure that these babies get their feed from their mamas. Alternatively, it’s a good way to stimulate milk production and maintain milk supply while you’re apart.
You’re going back to work
Spectra breast pumps allow you to store a sufficient milk supply at home (or for the daycare). This way your baby can feed on breast milk even when you’re away.
You’re experiencing latch-on challenges
Flat/ inverted nipples, inadequate milk supply, or a baby’s health might be the cause of latching difficulties. It’s a good reason to buy a breast pump. It allows you to improve lactation and feed your baby through naturally shaped teats that they can easily latch on while feeding.
Besides this, Spectra Breast Pumps and Accessories help breastfeeding moms:
If you find any of the scenarios above relatable, breast pumping might be an excellent way to make your breastfeeding easier and more comfortable.
To put it briefly, premium quality breast pumps allow you to maintain a consistent milk supply even when you work or must be away from your little one. It’s equally beneficial for nursing mums caring for a preemie or sick baby who isn’t ready for breastfeeding. Having a breast pump promotes healthy lactation even when your baby can’t take the feed.
However, remember that every mama goes through her unique circumstances. What works for one mom doesn’t necessarily have to work for you.
To find out which Spectra Breast Pump aligns with your lifestyle and pumping goals read next Which pump to get?