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A breast pump is a device used by lactating individuals to express and collect breast milk. The primary function of a breast pump is to simulate the sucking action of a nursing baby and extract milk from the breasts. There are various reasons why individuals may use a breast pump:

  1. Milk Supply Regulation: Breast pumps can help regulate milk supply, especially in cases where the baby is not nursing effectively or if the mother needs to increase or decrease milk production.
  2. Milk Storage: Breast pumps allow lactating individuals to collect and store breast milk for later use. This can be beneficial for situations such as returning to work or when the baby is unable to breastfeed directly.
  3. Relief from Engorgement: Breast pumps can provide relief from breast engorgement, a condition where the breasts become overly full and uncomfortable due to an imbalance in milk supply and demand.
  4. Feeding Convenience: Breast milk collected with a pump can be used to feed the baby through a bottle, allowing other caregivers to participate in feeding and providing flexibility for the mother.
  5. Milk Donation: Some individuals use breast pumps to express excess breast milk that they may choose to donate to milk banks or families in need.

Breast pumps come in different types, including manual pumps, electric pumps, and hospital-grade pumps. Manual pumps require hand-operated pumping, while electric pumps use a motor for automated pumping. Hospital-grade pumps are typically more powerful and are often used in medical settings or by individuals with specific breastfeeding challenges.

It’s worth noting that the use of a breast pump should be done in consultation with a healthcare professional or a lactation consultant, as they can provide guidance on proper usage and address any specific concerns or issues related to breastfeeding.

Electric Pump

Double Wearable Electric Pump

Manual Breast Pump