4. Choose a comfortable seat, relax your body, lean forward slightly (push a pillow behind), and put a glass of water next to it.
5. Press the funnel of the breast pump and the massage pad tightly on the breast, and don't let air in, so as not to lose suction.
6. When you gently press the handle, you will feel suction acting on the breast. The suction power of the breast pump does not have to reach the maximum level to allow your milk to flow out smoothly, so there is no need to press the handle fully to form a vacuum, just feel comfortable.
7. When you just start pumping, you can quickly press the handle 5-6 times. Then, press and hold the handle for 2-3 seconds, then let go of the handle and let it return automatically. This is imitating the natural sucking action of the BB. Milk will flow out when the handle is returned.
8. After squeezing a few times, milk should flow out. If there is no milk flow, don't worry, just relax and continue to try. If the breast pumping process causes you pain, you should stop immediately and consult a doctor.