For years, mums wanted to breastfeed for longer to give their baby the best start, but it's not always easy.
Then, the Lactamo Lactation Massager was created in Australia.
It’s the all-in-one breast massager that unblocks milk ducts, stimulates milk production and flow, aids let-down reflex, relieves swelling and fights off infection.
Mhmm, it does a lot for a little breast massager.
Breastfeed better with the Lactation Massager.
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Around 1 in 5 breastfeeding mums get mastitis, a painful infection of the breast tissue usually caused by a blocked milk duct. 
Sore, cracked, or bleeding nipples affects around 50% of breastfeeding people in the first week after birth. Engorgement can also lead to dry and irritated skin.
Breasts can leak, drip or even spray milk in the weeks (and sometimes months) after delivery. This can be exacerbated by an overabundant milk supply.
When the breast tissue overfills with milk, blood, and other fluids, it can make your breasts feel full, swollen, hard, or painful.
Oversupply can cause engorgement and discomfort, while a low supply means there may not be enough breast milk produced to meet your baby’s growth needs.
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