Lansinoh TheraPearl 3 in 1 Breast Therapy 2 Reusable Treatment Packs
Breastfeeding mothers can suffer from breast engorgement, plugged ducts, and mastitis. These conditions are often the reason why some mothers are discouraged to continue breastfeeding their babies. But do you know that breastfeeding offers more benefits than what these discomforts bring?
And the good news is there is help available to minimise the effects of these conditions. Lansinoh Breast Therapy Packs with patented TheraPearl technology is designed to support you as a breastfeeding mother to continue comfortably breastfeeding your baby.
- Assists breastfeeding mothers to get relief from pain and breast engorgement.
- Helps minimise breast swelling.
- Supports the body to let down milk so you can reduce time spent pumping.
- Helps soften breasts to allow more milk to flow.
- Can be used for both cold and hot therapy.
- Designed by a doctor.
- Recommended by lactation consultants.
- Unique design conforms to your breasts.
- Provides 360 degrees relief.
- Each pack comes with 2 reusable treatment packs.
- BPA and BPS free.
- Latex and lead free.
How to use for best results:
Please watch the video to get the best idea on how to use this product.
What is breast engorgement?
Breast engorgement happens when you are not able to nurse your baby frequently. It can also happen when you are not able to thoroughly empty your breasts in the first few days after birth. And you will know if your breasts are engorged when they feel hard and swollen and you experience throbbing, lumpy, uncomfortably full or painful sensations. The swelling may be extended all the way to your armpits and it can be accompanied with low fever.
What are plugged ducts?
Plugged ducts or clogged milk ducts happen when the mother is producing breast milk faster than it's getting expressed. The duct is the area of the breast where the milk flows and this becomes blocked. It can also happen that the nipple pores are blocked. Some signs that you may be experiencing plugged ducts are: 1) small hard lumps that are sore to the touch; 2) redness around the nipple area; 3) a hot sensation or swelling that usually subsides after nursing.
What is mastitis?
Mastitis happens when the breasts become inflamed. The breasts become very painful and can lead to infection. It usually happens in the first 2-3 weeks after giving birth and is common in Western countries where women do not consider breastfeeding as a norm. It usually affects only one breast and can be characterised by the same symptoms as plugged ducts but the experience is more intense.