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How to use Electric Double Pump Breast Pump


Electric Double Pump Breast Pump can help mothers pump milk more efficiently. The following are the general usage steps:


Make sure your Electric Double Pump Breast Pump has been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.

Find a quiet, comfortable place to reduce distractions and increase relaxation.

Have an empty bottle or breast milk storage bag ready to store pumped milk.

Wash both breasts and breast implants to ensure hygiene.

Start pumping:

Sit in a comfortable chair and make sure your back and shoulders are supported.

Attach the bottle or milk storage bag of the electric double breast pump to the breast pump portion of the pump.

Place the breast pump partially over your breast, making sure the nipple and areola are gently surrounded. Make sure your breast pump has a good seal to ensure effective pumping.

Turn on the electric pump and select the appropriate suction and frequency settings. You can choose low suction power at the beginning and then gradually increase it. The frequency can be adjusted based on your comfort and personal preference.

Gently press the breast with both hands to imitate the baby's sucking action and help the milk flow out. You can use one finger to gently press around the areola to ensure it is clear.

Wait until the milk begins to flow. Once the milk starts flowing, an electric pump can be used to collect it.

Pumping time is usually 15-20 minutes per side, or until milk stops flowing. Be careful not to over-pump to avoid discomfort or clogged breast glands.

Ending pumping:

Turn off the electric pump.

Remove the Electric Double Pump Breast Pump from the breast and then remove the bottle or breast milk storage bag.

Store pumped milk in the refrigerator or freeze for future use.

Clean and disinfect all parts of the breast pump to ensure hygiene the next time you use it.

Please note that the frequency and duration of pumping can vary based on individual needs and circumstances. If you have any concerns or need additional guidance, it is recommended to consult a doctor or professional breast care consultant. Make sure to keep it clean and hygienic at all times and use suitable storage containers to store your milk.

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