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Where can I get a breast pump to make my breasts bigger?

Where can I get a breast pump to make my breasts bigger?

In never never land: Althought the idea may apppeal to you & you could probably find someone to sell you one, this type of pump does not exist. If it did it would be in high demand & all the cosmetic surgeons would be working in different areas. ...Read more

Breast Pump (Definition)

A breast pump is used to pump breast milk. There are manual pumps and electric pumps. Both are effective, but the electric breast ...Read more


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I am using Philips avent manual breast pump. I don't feel let down and if it happens I only get 1oz and then nothing till next let down. What to do?

I am using Philips avent manual breast pump. I don't feel let down and if it happens I only get 1oz and then nothing till next let down. What to do?

Pumps: Pumps are often not successful and often electric pumps work better. You can generally rent these. Having a baby at the breast is the best way to stimulate the production of breast milk. All the best. ...Read more

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Why do my left side breast still big, droops and flat after having a baby and it has a slight pain I don't breast feed I just breast pump.

Why do my left side breast still big, droops and flat after having a baby and it has a slight pain I don't breast feed I just breast pump.

Change in shape: It is normal for your breasts to change in size and shape with and after breastfeeding. The slight pain could be a couple of things. As your milk " lets down" just before the milk begins to flow, you may be aware of a slight ACHE as the muscles around the milk ducts contract to get the milk going. Congratulations for breastfeeding your baby! He will be SO healthy! ...Read more

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What is the best breast pump?

What is the best breast pump?

Breast Pumps: Check Consumer Reports at http://www. Consumerreports. Org/cro/breast-pumps/buying-guide. Htm ...Read more

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How do I clean my breast pump?

How do I clean my breast pump?

Rinse/dishwasher: The pump itself isn't meant to be "cleaned"-- only the parts that touch you and touch the milk need to be washed. Check the manufacturer's instructions, but for most of them the reservoir bottles and the funnel-shaped part that goes against your breast (sometimes called the "shield") can be washed by hand or in the dishwasher. The tubing can be rinsed out by hand. ...Read more

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Why would a woman use a breast pump?

Why would a woman use a breast pump?

Express milk: Pumps are used to express breast milk. So it can be given via a bottle or stored for later use. ...Read more

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What should I look for in a breast pump?

What should I look for in a breast pump?

Lots to consider: Cost, speed with which you can pump, can you pump both breasts simultaneously, availability of replacement parts, weight to carry around and travel....All these are important considerations. ...Read more

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Is there any way to try out a breast pump?

Is there any way to try out a breast pump?

Yes: Sure! You can rent one from most hospitals that deliver babies. Just call the lactation consultant at your nearby hospital and they will usually be able to get you a hospital-grade pump. You will need to purchase your own sterile equipment that will be used only for your baby. They are usually able to provide this for you to purchase as well. ...Read more

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Is it better to rent or to buy a breast pump?

Is it better to rent or to buy a breast pump?

Yes and no.: If you can afford to buy and you plan on using it often and/or for multiple newborn/infants go for it. Renting is also just as good but the equipment is not yours to keep. You can always pass it on to a friend if you buy (or buy from someone you know). ...Read more

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Would a breast pump help make breasts bigger?

Would a breast pump help make breasts bigger?

No.: The breasts enlarge naturally with weight gain, puberty, pregnancy and breast-feeding. Some oral contraceptives can be associated with increase in breast size in some women (sometimes). Building up pectoral muscles can lead to the breasts sitting on the chest wall in a manner that is attractive but will not increase cup size. ...Read more

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Is it okay/safe to use a breast pump for a year?

Is it okay/safe to use a breast pump for a year?

SAFEUSE BREAST PUMP: Yes it is safe and there is no reason why you can not. ...Read more

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Can I use normal breast pump to enlarge breasts?

Can I use normal breast pump to enlarge breasts?

Won't work: A breast pump is not going to result in breast enlargement. There are special pumps that can result in some increase in the size of the breasts. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: breast pump?

What is the definition or description of: breast pump?

Breast pump: A breast pump is used to pump breast milk. There are manual pumps and electric pumps. Both are effective, but the electric breast pump is efficient also. ...Read more

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Which breast pump works best? Are any more convenient to use at work?

Which breast pump works best? Are any more convenient to use at work?

Breast pump: Check out "Breast pump buying guide " at http://www. Consumerreports. Org/cro/breast-pumps/buying-guide. Htm ...Read more

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What to do if I wanna enlarge my breasts. Is breast pump a safe option?

What to do if I wanna enlarge my breasts. Is breast pump a safe option?

No: Breast pump is used to extract milk for breast feeding. Breast enlargement can be done only surgically. ...Read more

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Can I still breast pump always without my breasts drying up, even if I rarely attach my baby too my breasts?

Can I still breast pump always without my breasts drying up, even if I rarely attach my baby too my breasts?

Breast pump: Some babies do not latch well and prefer not to breast feed. Mother then would pump her breast and feed her baby with the expressed breast milk. If this is your situation, frequent pumping will encourage continuous milk production for your baby. ...Read more

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Does frequent breast pump dries milk up?

Does frequent breast pump dries milk up?

Not specifically: A breast pump is not as efficient as a babies latch & feeding in extracting milk. If milk is left behind, the mechanism may take it as an indication that the baby is weaning & slow production. ...Read more

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How soon should I start using a breast pump after delivery of premie?

How soon should I start using a breast pump after delivery of premie?

As soon as possible: After delivery of a preemie, you should start pumping as soon as possible. Your OB can show you how to save & store your milk for your baby. The benefits for your baby are many & I commend you for asking. Talk to your doc if you have trouble or ask to talk to a certified lactation consultant. Good luck. ...Read more

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Can you fix inverted nipples using a breast pump?

Can you fix inverted nipples using a breast pump?

Breast pump: The breast pump will not turn innies into outies (not medical terminology). But the rhythmic suction of the breast pump will likely cause them to protrude allowing for milk secretion. ...Read more

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Breast has red pumps after buying used breast pump?

Breast has red pumps after buying used breast pump?

Need to get checked: You know, lots of things can happen as you first start nursing. If the pump was clean, probably not related to the rash; but really since a baby is involved and could be affected, you need to have your breasts checked for irritation, inflammation, and infection. ...Read more

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Can I be allergic to the breast shield of my breast pump?

Can I be allergic to the breast shield of my breast pump?

It is possible: Most current shields are made of soft silicone. While usually not allergenic, it is possible to develop allergic contact dermatitis. Older shields were of harder silicone or latex, both of which are more likely to cause local reactions. If you have sensitive skin or are dermatographic (pressure on the skin causing a welt), just the pressure of the shield may cause local welting. ...Read more

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I feel that when I breast pump, it took longer time for milk to be expressed. However when baby directly feeds, milk is produced spontaneously. How?

I feel that when I breast pump, it took longer time for milk to be expressed. However when baby directly feeds, milk is produced spontaneously. How?

Hormones help: Natural latching of the infant sends specific nervous signals to your brain which releases a hormone called Pitocin (oxytocin) that stimulates milk production and excretion, pumping does not result in the same level of response. ...Read more