Hospital grade breast pumps allow the mother to pump both breasts simultaneously which helps them save time and still ensure that there is enough milk for the baby. They are also simple to use and clean.
These breast pumps are also designed to latch on far better than the regular breast pumps. They have an ergonomic design that makes them simple to use.
Hospital grade breast pumps also come with extra accessories such as customizable suction cups. They are designed for ultimate ease of use and comfort by the mother. The breast pumps also allow the mother to adjust the level of suction creating a more comfortable experience.
The fact that they enable the mother to pump more milk faster means that for a working woman, they are highly convenient all while ensuring that the baby is well fed. The personal pumps only allow the mother to pump a limited amount of milk which may not be enough to feed the baby.
However, it has been shown that the quantity of the mother’s milk declines quickly when using a breast pump than with normal breast feeding. Pumping doesn’t stimulate the breasts to produce more milk unlike what happens naturally when the baby suckles.
Breastfeeding also helps to establish the bond between mother and child. Using a breast pump takes away this natural situation.