Know your breastfeeding is OK
A milk sensing device to track your breastfeeding and prevent low milk supply
With just a few drops of milk, get immediate feedback, and be proactive about your breastfeeding success.
Starting from the first days after birth.
Establishing Breastfeeding is a learning process
By the baby & mother, and physiologically by the mother’s body
Not having enough milk is the main reason that mothers report causing them to stop breastfeeding before they desire.
This is preventable.
Mylee motivates you to reach your breastfeeding goals, by becoming AWARE of YOUR breastmilk establishment.
Scan your milk. Track your breastfeeding. Get personal insights
Mylee - Navigate your breastfeeding informatively
Science backed, Patent pending technology.
Mylee device is sensing the electrochemichal properties of a tiny human milk sample. This information is then transmitted to your smartphone App, and is processed by MyMilk cloud-based algorithm for computing milk sample status and generating personal insights and alarms.
How Mylee works
SCAN YOUR BREASTMILK DAILY
Insert 6 drops of your milk into the mylee milk chamber, for immediate feedback on your breastfeeding progress
TRACK YOUR BREASTFEEDING
Enhance your personal insights, with daily tasks, tips & quizzes
GET PERSONAL INSIGHTS
Daily personal reassurance, tips, alarms and progress visualization.
CONNECT WITH A LACTATION CONSULTANT
Share your unique report with a professional. Get evidence-based guidance. Connect with alike mothers for personal advice
Lactation consultants have used Mylee to scan hundreds of mothers, this is what they say:
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MyMilk scan and insights are not intended to diagnose or treat any clinical condition, or to substitute for a healthcare provider’s consultation.
These reports are not intended to tell you anything about your or your baby’s current state of health, or to be used to make medical decisions, including whether or not you should take a medical treatment or how much of a medication you should take. Our insight can help you monitor and manage your breastfeeding care and to identify early cases of potential low milk supply, and provide suggestions for improving the breastfeeding mom’s care. It is advised to consult with a lactation consultant or a medical health provider about your reports. Herbal supplements or medication should not be taken without consulting with a physician.