What Moms and Lactation Consultants are Saying
Laally designed and developed the Bridge as a simple tool that helps breastfeeding moms continue to breastfeed when the journey gets tough. Here is some feedback we received from moms and healthcare professionals alike. If you are struggling with breastfeeding, contact us to see if the Bridge is something that could work for you.Contact Us
This is a text from the mom this morning...she thought it was too late to breastfeed, Baby was DISCHARGED at 3lbs, 15oz. To Home. Never had latched. He latched yesterday for the first time using the Bridge. "Hi Lori, It's Kelly. Thanks so much for taking so much time with me and Thomas and giving us new hope :) ad a new way to connect <3"
"My patient loved The Bridge today. I can't wait to share with other patients. Bravo -excellent product!"
"This is one of the coolest products for our parents or support people that latch a baby that neds a little extra help! Laally offers the ability to supplement baby at the breast, without pesky moving tubes! Check our their demo! For our parents that need to pump in hospitals and for #ibclc, check it out!"
"I am an LC and I have just ordered these and used with my last 3 patients. Love it! This is so much easier to use than an SNS or lactation aid. This is an amazing product and another tool for my toolkit that I think will save many breastfeeding relationships. Truly a fantastic product!"
"I just love the bridge!! The sweet mom who tried it first has found it easy to use. She's not producing very much at all but wanted to continue some breastfeeding. Lots of issues with both mom and baby. I've ordered and received two for my clinic in USA. We're going to keep them in clinic. Thank you for inventing this!!! I hope it is patented!! Take care!"
Breast feeding was so important to me, so when I had my first baby 7 weeks ago and realized I had little supply due to breast reduction surgery years ago, I was devastated! I felt I was missing out on the bond and of course the nutritional value of breast milk. I tried this out on a whim just today, and baby girl LOVED it, she immediately latched on and I felt such a close bond that tears literally streamed down my face… already, after 1 use and not breast feeding for almost a month- I noticed I was re-lactating again:))) Whether or not I ever produce enough milk- this will be a life changing experience for me and baby. I just ordered a couple more as back up!!!
Works as advertised
I love the Lally Bridge for babies who don’t “get” that THIS is where that lovely milk comes from. I’ve used it for newborns who needed supplementation for hypoglycemia or hyperbilirubinemia as well as using it for babies who have gotten used to bottles, helping them transition back to the breast. I will also be offering this as an option for moms with IGT whose babies also need a nipple shield to hold the breast more deeply. Love that babies don’t have to adjust to a tube in their mouth. It's a valued addition to the tools we use to help moms and babies protect their breastfeeding relationship and help then reach their feeding goals.
I nursed 2 biological children with a nipple shield so when I saw this for my adopted daughter I knew I needed this. I ordered the SNS and returned it unopened after trying this one first. It’s amazing. I’m already producing colostrum.
We will be testing them in the coming months.
I’m looking forward to using this product to get my baby back to breastfeeding. I’m having some supply issues and my lactation consultant suggested this product to supplement at the breast and so far it’s been a huge help.
Although it was a little bulky, it really allowed me to continue breastfeeding after my baby became frustrated with flow. She was on a bottle early due to ties and this helped the flow become faster like a bottle.
I have to supplement due to low supply and knew that going into my second birth. We took the laally to the hospital with us and used it at 6 hours of life and every feeding since. Every LC at the hospital was impressed and they are looking into purchasing these in the future
I’m in the process of trying to relactate for my almost 6 month old who hasn’t really had much experience bf since he had a hard time latching, leaving me in pain for days. First day I got my bridge kit I gave it a go and HE LATCHED BEAUTIFULLY and didn’t fuss or squirm since I was able to supplement with formula. It’s actually very well made and doesn’t feel cheap and I don’t feel like I have to be ridiculously careful. I’m recommending it to all struggling or relactating mommies I come across!
Syringes for Bridge Use
Thank you, thank you for this tool. It has worked beautifully for two of my clients now, and allowed them to continue to feed baby at the breast and build their own supply as well. It’s easy to use, simple to clean, and a much better alternative to the contraptions I was previously cobbling together, or the SNS. Highly recommended!
I am a lactation consultant and have found this product so helpful for many of my patients. Thanks Laally for creating a product that keeps mothers babies breastfeeding!
The Laally bridge system has given me hope that my son might be able to get back to the breast soon! It also feels good to have that snuggled bonding time at the breast and reassuring that he is getting the calories he needs. I’ve recommended this product to others already!
Reusable 20mL Oral Tip Syringe for Bridge Basic Use only
"Today I assisted a mother to breastfeed her baby for the first time in many many weeks.
Breastfeeding doesn’t always come easy to many families; sometimes there is an issue with the lactating (or lack of for a better word) parent and sometimes there is an issue physically in baby’s mouth.
This amazing contraption serves a purpose of protecting those precious nipples from further trauma, aids an infant to latch at the breast whilst receiving milk instantly, in turn stimulating the breasts to create human milk to feed the baby.... how clever is that!!!
Just one of the many tools I carry in my bag to a home visit
Breastfeeding doesn't always come easy to many families; sometimes there is an issue with the lactating (or lack of a better word)