Use soft materials for the parts that come into direct contact with the skin. What is often overlooked is the material that comes into direct contact with the skin. The nipple may be scratched while giving the baby breasts, so especially if you have weak skin such as atopy, choose a material such as silicone that gently wraps the skin. Depending on the manufacturer, there are products made of hard materials such as plastic, so please check carefully. Choose something that is easy to care for.
As with baby bottles, it is important to clean and store breast milk breast pumps hygienically. Choose something that is easy to clean so that you can use it cleanly. Choose one that has few parts and is easy to wash. Ease of maintenance after use is also an important point for comfortable use. Those with many parts are troublesome to disassemble and assemble, and there is a risk of losing parts that are too small. Therefore, it is convenient to select the one with as few parts as possible and no small parts. It's also a good idea to choose one from a manufacturer that sells spare parts in case you lose or break a part. Choose one that can be easily and thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.
The breast pump should be washed after each use. If the number of parts is small or if it is large and easy to wash, it will be easier to clean, and some of them are compatible with dishwashers, so if you are busy, you should choose such a product.
In addition, the ease of disinfection greatly affects usability. Disinfection methods include boiling disinfection, microwave oven disinfection, and chemical disinfection, but which disinfection method is supported depends on the product, so be sure to check. If it supports the same cleaning and disinfection methods as the baby bottles you usually use, it will be easier to clean. For those who want to save even a little effort, we recommend products that are compatible with easy microwave disinfection. Choose something that encourages breastfeeding.
Breast milk does not come out just by inhaling it. When sucking mom's breasts, the baby does not suck strongly from the beginning, but first gently sucks in small steps to stimulate milk production. Then, when the milk is well produced, start full-scale suction. In the case of a breast pump, it may not be possible to milk well if it is stimulated with strong suction from the beginning, so in order to reduce the burden of milking even a little, it is recommended to choose a product that reproduces how the baby sucks. Breastfeeding will improve and moms will be able to milk comfortably. For moms who milk many times every day, it is easier and less stressful to use an electric breast pump that reproduces how the baby sucks and allows fine adjustment of the speed and pressure of the baby.
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