Take part in the first-ever flow rate study.
Change the lives of breastfeeding women around the world.
If you're a mom who's passionate about breastfeeding, take part in the first-ever study on a woman's milk flow rate over the first two years of breastfeeding.
It's super quick and easy - just watch the video and follow the steps below. Then fill out our short form.
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Attach your breast
pump securely to your breast.
Make sure you maintain a 45-degree angle (for proper suctioning and to mimic the position of bottle feeding).
Set the breast pump suction at 150 mm Hg (or record your negative pressure setting in the form).
Start your timer and pump!
Make a note of how many milliliters of milk you've pumped.
Fill out our form below or send the data from your pumping app to
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How old is your baby?
<37 weeks gestation (preterm)
40 weeks gestation (term)
Choose the closest to your baby's age.
After starting the timer, how long did you pump?
Tell us in minutes.
How many milliliters (ml) did you pump?
Does your pump have a negative pressure setting (mm Hg)? If so, what was it set at?
How many ounces of water did you drink today?
On the day of pumping.
When did you introduce a bottle?
How often do you bottle vs breastfeed daily?
Keep me up-to-date with the progress of the flow rate study. My email address is:
Submit my results
Main image: Trina Cary Photography