Lansinoh TheraPearl 3 in 1 Breast Therapy
4.68 / 5 based on 168 Reviews
Relieves Pain And Swelling Associated With Breastfeeding. Cold Therapy Relieves Engorgement And Hot Therapy Relieves Mastitis, Plugged Ducts. Reusable Packs And Covers Provides 360° Relief Latex, Lead And Bpa Free see more...
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These were a life saver!! I was so engorged and sore after my milk came in and these made it so much more comfortable for me. I loved that you could use them warm or cold as well. Highly recommend!!!
I used this so much the first few weeks I was breastfeeding. You can cool them or heat them up to help with the pain until your body adjust to breastfeeding. Literally a life saver! Worth every penny!
These are fantastic! They can be used cold or hot. Perfect for al breastfeeding discomforts. They're easily cleaned. They are a good value too. I bought mine for under $10 at Target!
Yes, yes, yes!! I would recommend these to anyone on any given day! Whenever I have issues with clogged ducts I will put these in the microwave and put them on breasts a couple minutes before feeding. I try to do the heating and applying process at least twice before I nurse. 9 times out of 10 while My little one is nursing after applying the heat and doing a gentle message during let down I can feel the release of the clogged duct!! It's amazing how helpful these are! The only issue I've had is the material they're made from tends to pull on my skin when it starts to cool.
These worked well both warm and cool to help with sore breasts and clogged ducts. My only complaint is was that they didn't maintain their temperature long enough when being used.
While I initially thought this was a glorified ice pack - it's much better! It can be used for cold or heated up. The best part is it fits around a pump to use while pumping.
This product saved my life!! I had mastitis more times than I can count and once I discovered these bad boys, everything changed. I started using this right before I would nurse and pump. It really helped ease the milk out and I had less clogs because of it. And they felt really good on my constantly sore breasts. They are a little pricey but completely worth it. The shape is great and they just slip right into your bra. I would warm them up and slip them in while I was prepping for nursing or getting the pump set up. A few minutes was all I needed.
"BUY BUY BUY" I'm currently 35 weeks pregnant with my second child and my chest started hurting badly about 20 weeks in. I came across these at Walmart and decided to give them a shot. Let me tell you they're worth every penny. My milk came in super early causing me to hurt. Every night before bed I pop these in my bra after being in the freezer and they work wounders. You can also use them with pumping or feeding by heating them up. They help to bring your milk in. Seriously don't hesitate these are a MUST. I'm so happy I bought them.
Worth every penny! They can be heated to help encourage let down or cooled to reduce swelling. They only take seconds to head up in microwave, come with washable covers and can even snap on to your breast pump to help (and they do!). So comforting on sore days and helped me to eliminate a plugged duct before it got bad! I know that anything hot and cold can do the same thing, but the physical shape and attaching to pump make it significantly more convenient to use this product!
Ladies, and people shopping for mamas-to-be, these ice packs are a godsend. After I started breastfeeding, my breasts were so engorged with breastmilk that I was desperate for relief and quickly purchased these - I used them to ice my breasts (they come with fabric cases for each ice/hot pack) without the cases and they provided instant relief for the pain. I highly recommend buying these if you're pregnant because those first few days of breastfeeding are brutal and you will kick yourself for not buying these in advance
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What is it for?
Can these dry up milk?
My breast get real sore. How well does these work? Are they worth it? How do they work? I really need something to help them from being sore and in pain.
I understand that these can be used for hot and cold therapy but what uses do these serve cold?
For those that have used these did it actually help with the pain associated with breast feeding
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