|Name: question | Date: Jul 24th, 2007 4:17 PM|
|Name: mamal | Date: Jul 24th, 2007 6:08 PM|
|I will look for some information for you BUT 1st have you checked the size of the breastsheild? They come in all sorts of sizes I had to go for the largest. Here is the site to give you an idea but that is usually the problem with sore nipples and pumping.|
|Name: d00rst0p | Date: Jul 25th, 2007 11:54 AM|
|I've never really been able to pump much.. except when using the pump at the hospital. But I was always told to use any dripped breastmilk or to squirt a little to my hands.. makes an excellent moisterizer. When starting the first month is usually hardest with cracked nipples. Call the hospital that your baby was born.. they should have a lactation expert on staff to advise new mothers and talk about how to pump to avoid cracked nipples... it probly has more to do with the pump than anything!|
The best pumps have adjustable suction. or you might need different size shield like mamal said.
Good luck! ↑