Here’s what you need to know about this practice, how to do it, and what questions you’ll want to ask your doctor. Note: If you have a high-risk pregnancy, nipple stimulation might be dangerous. Always talk to your doctor before trying any induction techniques.
Annie Breastfeeding is supply and demand. The more you tell your body that you want milk to come out the more it will produce. The way you tell your body is through nipple stimulation be it a pump or your baby's latch. If your body doesn't know you want milk then it won't produce it plain and simple. In this picture is before & after. The first is showing what she was able to get out with a pump then the second Now you need to do this regularly in order to see results.
pinner said: Uterine atony causes about 70-90 percent of PPHs. This condition is usually very responsive to non-pharmacologic measures, and these may be tried first. I generally start with fundal massage and nipple stimulation, uterine re-positioning, then abdominal aortic compression, and finally bimanual compression.