RECOMMENDED FOR MOTHER WHO:
- LATCH ON DIFFICULTY
A nipple shield is used to help newborns who have a tough time latching on. Latch on difficulties might due to premature baby, difficult birth or tongue tie. It may be easier for a baby to latch onto the shield than the breast to encourage breastfeeding.
- FLAT, SMALL, INVERTED, RETRACTED NIPPLES
Nipple shields may help to draw out flat, small, retracted, or inverted nipples making it easier for a baby to latch onto the breast.
- SORE OR CRACKED NIPPLES
A breast shield can protect sore nipples. If it’s too painful to breastfeed because you have sore, cracked nipples, a nipple shield can help to make breastfeeding feel comfortable. It provides a temporary barrier so that baby can still breastfeed while allowing mother’s nipples some relief and time to heal.
HOW TO USE
- Clean the nipple and areola.
- Place the shield over the nipple onto the breast.
- Drip a little breast milk into the breast shield to help baby get used to the shield.
- Bond the breast shield over the nipple.
- Gently press around then let your baby suck
- Hold the shield in place with your fingers during feeding.
- Your baby should be able to drink this milk and have a smooth, trouble free introduction to the shield.
- Wash and sterilise before each use.
- Discard and replace if breast shield show sign of tear or damage.
2pcs X Ace Baby Silicone Breast Shield