Medela 24/7 LC™ Breastfeeding Support

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My baby is 2 and a half month old.i gave her breast feed for almost 1 and half month and not given it since a month..now i want to breast feed again..how can i refill my breast again as it is almost dried up. Need help please

Asked by: Ain1122
Since our customer service team does not consist of medical professionals, we are unable to offer medical advice. Our team is equipped to help answer product-related questions. We would suggest reaching out directly to a lactation consultant or healthcare provider for assistance with your breastfeeding question. They should best be able to help you. We wish you the best as you continue on your breast milk feeding journey!
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-03-13

im in jamaica and my pump stopped working. its a 2 week old pump, too. im so engorged and no one knows where to purchase around here. does anyone have any advice to even dry up my milk at this point.

Asked by: amber0521
Please consider reaching out to our team directly via phone at 1-800-435-8316 or chat on our website. We'll need to learn a bit more about your experience so that we can better assist. If using a Medela breast pump, we should be able to troubleshoot with you as well to try and resolve the issue you may be experiencing.
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-02-18

It's 4days. Since I gave birth and my boobs are so painful when breastfeeding

Asked by: Leila
Hi Leila---- We're sorry to hear that you're having this experience. Our Q&A section is intended for questions for our Customer Service Team regarding our products. We are not able to provide medical advice since we are not certified lactation consultants. If you need assistance with a specific breastfeeding question, please consider reaching out to your lactation consultant or looking into the subscription options for our 24/7 LC so that you can be connected with a live certified lactation consultant. Please consider chatting with us on our website if you need assistance in locating a lactation consultant. Have a great day!
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-02-05

My 8 month old baby is biting me. She bites as soon as I bring her to my breast. I have tried: Pulling her away and saying "no bite" taking her off and waiting 3-5 minutes giving her a cold teether before/after feeding

Asked by: KateGHarrell
We're sorry to hear that you're having trouble with this. Our Medela Customer Solutions Team is able to assist with product-related questions or concerns. A lactation consultant would best be able to assist you with your breastfeeding-related question. If you do not yet have a lactation consultant, you may want to consider purchasing a membership for our 24/7 LC where you'll get instant access to live lactation consultants at your fingertips. You can also search for local lactation consultants by visiting www.medelalocator.com. Have a great day!
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-01-24

How often should a 2 month old be breastfed? 

Asked by: Flaca
We recommend reaching out directly to your healthcare provider or a lactation consultant for more information on that. You may also consider a subscription for our 24/7 LC where you'll have instant access to a live lactation consultant who can help answer your breastfeeding questions.
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-01-23

How do I know if the spots in my tubing are water spots or milk spots? When i pump, i run my pump afterwards to dry it out, but I still have spots. I just want to make sure I don't make my baby sick

Asked by: Kyleemom
You will normally see the milk flowing back into the tubing and causing milk spots if that is the case. If you have recently washed your tubing or use your breast pump with parts that are still wet, then they are more than likely water spots. The water spots can be caused by the mineral deposits in hard water. The mineral deposits are not toxic. If you find that they are water spots, you'll want to ensure that you are washing your parts with drinking quality or bottled water. Doing so will help get rid of those spots. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to chat with us on our website. We're available 24 hours a day, 5 days a week, and Saturdays until 12pm CST!
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-01-02

Is it possible to get a baby to latch at 2 months old when they are only use to a bottle I pump exclusively but would like to have him latch 

Asked by: Ashley710
Hi Ashley710--- We would advise you to reach out to your lactation consultant for more information on how to best transition to breastfeeding. We do also have a subscription to our 24/7 LC available if you'd like to call, chat, email, or video chat with a lactation consultant. Another great option is to consult with our Lactation Consultant via email at no cost by visiting Ask the LC here: https://www.medelabreastfeedingus.com/ask-the-lc.
Answered by: Medela Customer Service
Date published: 2019-01-02
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