What Are the Side-effects of Using an Electrical Breast Pump?

  1. Your baby may resist bottle feeding after touching your nipple, making feeding difficult.
  2. If the breast pump is not cleaned and sterilized, it may become contaminated and cause serious health hazards to the baby.
  3. Breast milk stored in cold storage needs to be heated before it can be fed to the baby, which is more troublesome.
  4. Due to the incorrect size of the breast pump, or the high or slow pumping intensity, it may cause discomfort to the mother, and in severe cases, the nipple is injured.
  5. Pumping too much and storing excess breast milk for later use can cause more breast milk to be produced, leading to breast tenderness. Incomplete breast emptying often leads to blocked ducts and mastitis.
  6. The breast pump needs to be cleaned and sterilized after each use, and the sanitation treatment takes a lot of time and energy.
  7. Moms can feel stressed and embarrassed about pumping, and mothers may not be able to find a private place to express their milk when they travel or work.