1. Help dredge the mammary glands, start milk as soon as possible, and give milk early, so that the baby can eat colostrum in time, without having to use milk powder first.
2. You can clearly know the amount of milk you sucked out, and you can also determine the amount of milk your baby eats per meal, and you can see that your baby is good at drinking milk. Avoid choking the baby if the milk is too fast or if there is too little milk, the baby can't get enough. Direct breastfeeding mothers are always worried about the lack of milk, and don’t know how to judge whether the baby is full or the growth of the baby’s milk volume. Instead, suck the milk with a breast pump to compare the relationship between the baby’s month and the milk volume. It is indeed insufficient to supplement formula milk in time. Some mothers have plenty of milk and are spray-like, which can easily choke their babies. This can also be avoided by sucking out and feeding with a bottle.
3. The baby will not take too long to feed each time, sucking is effective sucking, and will not develop the habit of biting the nipple to sleep. (Direct breastfeeding is easy to cause the baby's nipple dependence, which makes the baby suck for a long time, but the effective sucking time is not long, and it is easy to develop the habit of sleeping with nipple.
4. Avoid baby sucking breasts and can only eat the foremilk each time, but not the nutritious hindmilk. Generally, babies can only suck effectively in the first few minutes, and all they suck are foremilk. Many mothers will not let the baby continue to eat when they see that the baby is asleep or not sucking, which makes the baby miss the nutritious aftermilk.