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Learn how to use reverse pressure softening to help your baby latch when you are engorged. Engorgement can flatten the nipple, ...
making latching difficult. Reducing edema allows the baby to latch easier.
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Female Speaker: Okay, here we have a mom who has been experiencing some engorgement but right now she is not overly uncomfortable. We are going to demonstrate viewers pressure softening. This release the edema that’s held in the areola and you will find that when the mom is very, very gorge, the nipples flatten and the baby come up attached to the breast, so in order to do that we have to make the nipples easier for breast feeding.
So, mom is going to take it to hands, either side of the nipple, three finger tips on either side and push very close to the nipple and push backwards into her chest and hold it for 15 seconds each time and we are going to speed this up for the sake of the video and then go around the areola like the flowers of the petal and push back because the edema will displacing his not necessarily no, its interstitial fluid, so the baby cannot latch on effectively.
So, we push in towards the breast and hold and you will see sometimes that note does become a jacket, that’s okay. We are just displacing fluid in the breast tissue and hold back, pull back this will be reverse pressure softening. Mom is in comfortable, there is no problem, you can take some, she has extra tissue that’s swell into her armpit cavities also helpful to reduce that, the swelling and then now we made the nipple protrude easier the baby to left on. Thank you, mom.