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Lansinoh Latchassist Nipple Everter

  • : Lansinoh
  • : 044677701709

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LatchAssist® Nipple Everter gently draws out flat or inverted nipples so that it is easier for baby to latch and feed easing engorgement naturally.

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Lansinoh Latchassist Nipple Everter

We know that sometimes breastfeeding moms need help…and baby too!

LatchAssist® Nipple Everter gently draws out flat or inverted nipples so that it is easier for baby to latch and feed easing engorgement naturally.

Product Features

  •  - Helps baby latch on to ease engorgement naturally
  •  - Draws out flat nipples
  •  - Easy to use and clean
  •  - Two flange sizes to ensure proper fit

Product Details

  •  - Contains one LatchAssist™ Nipple Everter bulb
  •  - Contains two flanges (19mm and 24mm)
  •  - Unit Dimension: L 2.13 x W 1.75 x H 4.88

Why breastfeeding is important?

Early breast milk is liquid gold – Known as liquid gold, colostrum (coh-LOSS-trum) is the thick yellow first breast milk that you make during pregnancy and just after birth. This milk is very rich in nutrients and antibodies to protect your baby. Although your baby only gets a small amount of colostrum at each feeding, it matches the amount his or her tiny stomach can hold. Your breast milk changes as your baby grows – Colostrum changes into what is called mature milk. By the third to fifth day after birth, this mature breast milk has just the right amount of fat, sugar, water, and protein to help your baby continue to grow. It is a thinner type of milk than colostrum, but it provides all of the nutrients and antibodies your baby needs.

Breast milk fights disease – The cells, hormones, and antibodies in breast milk protect babies from illness. This protection is unique; formula cannot match the chemical makeup of human breast milk. In fact, among formula-fed babies, ear infections and diarrhea are more common. Formula-fed babies also have higher risks of:

  •  - Necrotizing enterocolitis, a disease that affects the gastrointestinal tract in preterm infants.
  •  - Lower respiratory infections
  •  - Asthma
  •  - Obesity
  •  - Type 2 diabetes

Some research shows that breastfeeding can also reduce the risk of Type 1 diabetes, childhood leukemia, and atopic dermatitis (a type of skin rash) in babies. Breastfeeding has also been shown to lower the risk of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome).

When would a mom use the LatchAssist™ Nipple Everter?

LatchAssist™ is a device mom can use to help her baby latch on to breastfeed when her nipple is flattened due to swelling or engorgement. The skin can stretch so much that her nipples, which may normally be everted or protruding, flatten making it difficult for baby to latch.

How do you use this product?

  •  - Choose one of the two sizes (included) in the package depending on her nipple size.
  •  - Gently squeeze bulb and place the shield over and around her nipple.
  •  - Lightly press the shield down against her skin to ensure an airtight seal.
  •  - Slowly release the bulb for the desired pressure.
  •  - Position the baby for breastfeeding so as soon as her nipple is extended, the baby can latch onto the breast.
  •  - Repeat gently until her nipple is extended and her baby can easily latch on to her breast.
  •  - After use wash again, rinse and air dry.
  •  - Discard any milk that has collected in the bulb.


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