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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!
Breastfeeding initiation Guide – first days
Breastfeeding initiation Guide – Prevention of breastfeeding problems close to birth and in the first days postpartum. early, frequent breastfeeding, hand expression, skin to skin, and more
Signs of successful breastfeeding at day 4 after birth
Breastfeeding initiation Guide -Signs of successful breastfeeding at and around the 4th day after birth
Interviewed by Women of Wearables
Dr. Ravid Shechter and Dr. Sharon Haramati were selected as WOW women in Femtech, by Women of Wearables
Interviewed by Femtech Collective
Dr. Ravid Shechter was interviewed by Femtech Collaborative, and discuss MyMilk, MyLee and trends in Femtech.
Breastfeeding initiation Guide – basics
Breastfeeding initiation Guide – the basics. Position, hand expression, skin to skin.
Baby Tech, nocamels
MyMilk Labs AND our MyLee device listed among 9 Israeli Innovations Reinventing infant care by nocamels 2021
Interview by Femtech.Live
Dr. Sharon Haramati was interviewed by Femtech.Live, and discuss MyMilk mission and vision.
First Days Breastfeeding Guide – Prenatal
Successful Breastfeeding establishment- Prenatal prevention of breastfeeding problems, and what to expect.
TC Top Pick
MyMilk was selected as starup Top Picks TC Disrupt SF for Biotech/Healthtech, 2019
MyLee Milk Scanner was Featured on BBC Click,, as part of Baby gadget focus.
MyLee presented on the main stage at TC Disrupt SF. WOW.
FemTech lab Accelerator
MyMilk was selected to take part in the 1st Europe FemTech Lab Accelerator, Spring 2021.
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MyLee system is not a medical divice, and is 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. Our insights can help you monitor and manage your breastfeeding care and 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. .