Low milk supply
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Breast milk production is a complex biological process. Unravel the mystery
Breastfeeding is natural. But natural does not mean simple. Breast milk production and supply is a complex biological process affected by your health and medical history, pregnancy status and delivery type, breastfeeding patterns and effectiveness, hormonal balance and more. Now you can start understanding your milk production via evidence based tools.
Test your milk production. Understand your risk. Reveal causes. And give your breastfeeding a better start
Test combine breast milk parameters with personal records of you and your baby, together with a maternal blood test. All generating evidence-based tool to monitor your milk supply and to identify the factors influencing it.
Learn if your milk comes in, at the first few days after delivery.
Learn if you have delayed milk maturation (called lactogenesis II) to reveal your risk for low milk production, and preventative measures needed.
Identify medical related causes in maternal blood
Identify other factors, including breastfeeding management related causes.
Whats in the results?
Breast milk results: Including your breast milk biomarkers for milk production establishment, your risk for low milk production, and possible related causes based on your blood biomarkers and reported habits.
Personal insights: Personal insights and recommendation based on your records and tests.
Read carefully segment. Explain you how to use the test, and what the report can and cannot tell you.
Control your milk supply. For your baby’s health. And give your breastfeeding a better start.
Faulty breastfeeding establishment can result in low milk intake that may cause dehydration in the breastfed infant, jaundice and low weight gain. low milk intake is leading cause of infant rehospitalization in the first 21 days from discharge. It is many times hard to know whether breastfeeding has initiated correctly, mostly when first time breastfeeding. Take control of your milk production. Because breastfeeding is the best foundation for your baby development.
You are not alone.
Most new mothers can produce enough milk for their babies. And yet, low milk supply is the main cause (57%) mothers report for early breastfeeding cessation. 1 in 2 breastfeeding women will have delayed milk maturation (called lactogenesis II), linked to further milk supply difficulties. Now you can understand your breastfeeding. Reveal what put you at higher risk, monitor your breastmilk initiation, identify linked factors. Take control.
MyMilk tests and reports are not intended to diagnose or treat any clinical condition, or to substitute for a healthcare provider’s consultation.
MyMilk test and reports are not intended to diagnose or treat any clinical condition, or to provide a medical recommendation and does not substitute the advice of your health care provider (lactation consultant, doctor, or nurse). 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 medication or how much of a medication you should take. Our reports can identify potential nutritional deficiencies in breast milk and provide suggestions for improving the breastfeeding mom’s nutrition. It is advised to consult with a nutritionist or a medical health provider before making any nutritional changes. Furthermore, nutritional supplements should not be taken without consulting with a physician.