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When should you buy a Youha breast pump?

When should you buy a Youha breast pump?

The timing of your purchase of a breast pump may vary depending on several factors, including your personal situation and postpartum plans. Here are some times when women consider purchasing a breast pump:

During the pregnancy:
Some women choose to purchase a breast pump during their pregnancy, especially if they plan to return to work after giving birth or if they plan to build up a breast milk supply.

Just before giving birth:
Others wait until just before giving birth to purchase a breast pump. This may be the case if they want to see how breastfeeding goes before investing in a breast pump, as not all women have the same needs immediately after giving birth.

After birth:
Most women only purchase a breast pump after giving birth, if they experience that they need extra support with feeding, for example if the baby has difficulty latching on.

Before practicing with the bottle:
Between 4 and 6 weeks it is advisable to practice using the bottle for the moments when you cannot be with your baby. This may be the time to purchase a breast pump so that you can express food and then offer it in a bottle.

Return to work or school:
Many women purchase a breast pump if they plan to return to work or school after giving birth. This allows them to express and store milk for use when away from the baby.

If you have problems with breastfeeding:
In some cases, it may be necessary to purchase a breast pump if there are problems with breastfeeding, such as nipple confusion or latching problems. Consult a lactation consultant for appropriate advice.

In case of overproduction of breast milk:
Women who experience an overproduction of breast milk may also consider purchasing a breast pump to express and store excess milk.

It may be helpful to wait until after delivery to better understand your specific needs and possibly seek advice from healthcare providers, lactation consultants, or breastfeeding advisors.

View our Youha sales locations here , find a location near you and schedule an appointment with our Youha partner. They are professionals in the field of breastfeeding and you can test our Youha breast pumps during a pumping consultation.
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