how to position a nipple shield
On this video, we demonstrate the proper placement of a nipple shield on a (demo) breast to optimize breastfeeding. Nipple shields are helpful for people with shorter, flatter or inverted nipples (making the latch difficult for the baby) and for some smaller or premature babies who haven’t fully developed their ability to suck and have difficulty latching on to the breast. *Nipple shields should be used with the guidance of a lactation consultant to ensure proper drainage of the breast. They should not be used routinely, but in many cases do allow breastfeeding in cases where it might not have been possible, otherwise. Learn more by watching our video below.
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