Breastfeeding should not be painful
Start understanding the origin of your pain
Each pain is different. Start managing your own pain.
Based on small breast milk sample, mymilk test identify the couse for your pain and can guide the correct treatment for your specific pain. Test help you to identify the causing agent of the pain, whether is bacterial or fungal (candida), the specific bacterial strain, and the information supporting healthcare decision for antibiotic treatment (antibiotics sensitivity). The information that is correct to YOUR case. All from the comfort of your home.
Having breast pain while breastfeeding? You are not alone
Breast pain is a leading cause for breastfeeding cessation. Out of each 10 breastfeeding women, 7 will have breast pain, 3 will have mastitis. It is not just acute mastitis. Breast pain during breastfeeding can come in different forms, from deep breast pain with normal breast appearance, to breast redness, to nipple pain. Symptom-based differentiation can lead to misdiagnosis. MyMilk bring you evidence-based solution to differentiate the origin of your OWN pain, based on YOUR breast milk sample. You should not just accept your breast pain. Untreated breast pain, or incorrect management of breast pain during breastfeeding can lead to recurrent mastitis or abscess complications, discomfort to you and your baby, and reduced milk volume and early weaning.
Your pain origin can be unraveled by looking at your breast milk
Your breast milk test can reflect the condition in your breast. It reveals if there are signs of inflammation. It can show bacteria or candida, and the specific strains detected. This evidence based data, together with your symptoms and records can help you and your health care provider better understand your condition and direct care accordingly.
Evidence based management of your case
What is in the report?
Breast pain reports provide you information about your milk pathogens and inflammatory condition. we built it so you and your healthcare provider can understand it.
Breast milk results: Learn if you have inflammation, whether you have pathogen (bacteria or candida), and identify your bacteria specific type and its antibiotic sensitivity.
Personal insights: Take action. We guide you how to use your results to solve your pain. Personal guide is based on your results and reported symptoms. And we give you science-based supportive information that we were based on for how to handle your pain.
Read carefully segment. Explain you how to use the test, and what the report can and cannot tell you.
Mothers start to take control of their pain.
Mymilk customer stories.
We heard it all. Women that were disregarded by their healthcare providers due to normal breast appearance but where eventually successfully treated only after receiving their mymilk test report, and continued breastfeeding pain free; women that were thought to have thrush (candida) and were treated with antifungal drug and after mymilk test changed the diagnosis and treatment, and got symptoms relief; women that reported repeated breast pain and got numerous antibiotic treatments, that did not show bacteria at all, so only after taking different measures her pain resolved. And many other mothers in pain, each straggle with her own case. All got better understanding of their pain origin. All started to manage their pain. Many needed additional or different treatment than thought before the test.
Breast milk tests are recommended for correct diagnosis
The American academy of breastfeeding medicine recommend breast milk testing for differential diagnosis. Mymilk is the only test that stand with WHO recommendation of combining indications of inflammation to the diagnosis.
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.