MyLee by MyMilk Labs

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Meet MyLee

A milk sensing device and App, for personal feedback on milk supply establishment, and guidance throught the first weeks of breastfeeding

By inserting just several milk drops into the device daily, and app interaction, you can see your day-to-day progress and get personal tips.

The MyLee is in beta testing. You can join! 

MyMilk listed among 9 Israeli Innovations Reinventing infant care

Happy to be featured by Femtech collective, and discuss MyMilk, the MyLee development, and our Femtech entrepreneurial journey.  

Great being listed with such great Israeli groups and innovations.  Reimagining parenting.

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SNEAK A PEEK

Israeli companies are behind some of the pioneering maternal health tech solutions that can prevent preterm births, increase the success rate of IVF, offer breastmilk diagnostics and enable pregnant women to perform at-home ultrasound scans.

NoCamels surveyed the Israeli maternal health tech and new baby tech scene to see what is in the pipeline and what devices are already on the market.

Breastfeeding can be a wonderful, bond-building, intimate experience. It can also be painful, stressful, and nerve-wracking, especially in the first few weeks and months post-birth. Often, it can be all of those things combined. Nursing mothers may be plagued with questions such as “Am I producing enough milk? How can I tell if the baby is eating enough?”

MyMilk Labs sought to help answer some of these questions and assuage parents by developing a milk sensing device that can track breastfeeding and prevent low milk supply.

The device, called MyLee, works by analyzing a small sample of breast milk, about six drops, for electrochemichal properties. MyMilk then processes the sample to generate personalized insights about breastfeeding establishment and milk supply progress, starting from the first days post-birth. The information also includes the identification of early signs of breast inflammation, which can occur when breastfeeding. These data-powered features offer much-needed support for mothers post-partum and help inform short and long term breastfeeding success.

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Ravid Shechter

Ravid Shechter

Co founder of MyMilk Labs, life science doctor (PhD), and an avid breastfeeding mother

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