Breast pumpA breast pump is a device designed to express breast milk. Breast pumps come in a variety of styles, including manual pump pumps, in which a vacuum is created by squeezing a rubber bulb.
Women use breast pumps for a variety of reasons. Many women use breast pumps to continue breastfeeding when they return to work or when they are forced to be separated from their baby. They use a breast pump to express breast milk, which is then fed to children in their absence by close relatives or nannies. The breast pump can also be used to induce lactation in women with low milk production or to induce lactation in women with foster children. A breast pump is used to relieve engorgement (a painful condition with overflow) of the breast, with lactostasis, mastitis, or hyperlactation. If the baby for some reason is unable to suckle, the mother can feed him / her the breast milk expressed through a breast pump. In cases where the mother has to take medications that are incompatible with breastfeeding, she can maintain lactation by regularly expressing the breast during the treatment period. That is, a woman can use a breast pump whenever she needs to express her breasts.
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