Troubleshooting

Too Much Compression
Too much compression in the bra can lead to decreased milk output and discomfort -- both of which we want to help you avoid. To alleviate too much compres...
Tue, 4 Dec, 2018 at 1:00 PM
Discomfort or Rubbing While Pumping
You should not feel pain, rubbing, or discomfort during a pump session. Major contributors to discomfort while pumping include  incorrect flange size or t...
Tue, 4 Dec, 2018 at 1:02 PM
Less Milk Than Expected
While it can be disappointing to see a dip in your milk production, it is common for there to be variance in the volume pumped across sessions. If you expr...
Tue, 4 Dec, 2018 at 1:06 PM
Massaging with Flow
We recommend the following two techniques for massaging while you pump using a Moxxly Flow: 1. While cupping the Flow with one hand, rub/stroke from you...
Tue, 4 Dec, 2018 at 1:12 PM
Drops of Milk During My Session
No spilled milk on our watch! We've identified a few culprits of milk drip. See if any of the below fix the issue: Connections Bottle + valve con...
Tue, 4 Dec, 2018 at 1:11 PM
Getting the Right Seal on the Breast
We consider a "good seal" to be a 360-degree connection between your breast and your flange. There should not be any gaps between the flange and ...
Tue, 4 Dec, 2018 at 1:05 PM
Liquid or Condensation in the Tubing
From time to time you may see small drops of condensation in your tubing. This mainly stems from the difference in temperature between your milk and the en...
Tue, 4 Dec, 2018 at 1:07 PM
Low or No Suction
Suction check!  Make sure... (1) All connections of the Flow system and pump are secure. (2) The ends of the tubing fit securely into the tubing holes...
Tue, 4 Dec, 2018 at 1:24 PM