Mommy Must Have: Lactation Massager

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Relieve Clogged Milk Ducts

Clogged milk ducts can be extremely painful and can lead to mastitis if left untreated. Gentle vibrations help to break through the blocked ducts

Improve Milk Flow

Empty faster and improve your output. Having proper milk flow can help prevent clogged ducts and help increase milk supply

Reduce Breast Engorgement

Engorgement occurs when the breasts become overfull, which can lead to pain and swelling. Proper milk flow is important to healthy nursing

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If you’re a breastfeeding mom, you’ve definitely heard of mastitis. According to the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine, approximately up to 20% of breastfeeding women develop mastitis during their breastfeeding journey, with most cases occurring during the first 6 weeks postpartum. Mastitis is an infection that develops within the breast tissue and is caused by a persistent, unrelieved plugged duct or a cracked or damaged nipple. . The beginning signs of mastitis usually include a warm, reddened area on the breast, breast tenderness, headache, body ache, chills, fever, and fatigue. . In order to treat mastitis properly, the breasts must be emptied frequently and efficiently. Now is not the time to stop breastfeeding, as breastfeeding is an essential part of treatment. Fortunately, the organism that most commonly causes mastitis (Staphylococcus) is not harmful to your baby. Rest is another key component to treating mastitis. Make sure to get as much bed rest as possible. Keeping your baby next to you will allow you to breastfeed and rest at the same time. . 📷 @soykaylinda

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