Crave Collared Nipple Clamps

Crave Collared Nipple Clamps

PolyLove PolyLove
I love the look of this collar, and as a "new submissive" I am looking for one that is attractive and durable. But I have never tried nipple clamps, and don't want to spend $40 on a collar that I will never use if I don't like the clamps. As someone new to clamps, is there a set that I could try that are durable, good quality, but won't break the bank?
03/06/2012
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Sammi Sammi
I think these clamps are the same size as on that collar.
03/06/2012
PolyLove PolyLove
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Originally posted by Sammi
I think these clamps are the same size as on that collar.
But they're weighted! 0_0 That scares me. Lol.

I didn't think about this earlier, but is it okayy to use nipple clamps if you are a nursing mother? I don't want to risk damaging myself and not be able to supply milk for my baby.
03/06/2012
Owl Identified Owl Identified
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Originally posted by PolyLove
But they're weighted! 0_0 That scares me. Lol.

I didn't think about this earlier, but is it okayy to use nipple clamps if you are a nursing mother? I don't want to risk damaging myself and not be able to supply milk for my baby.
I've never breastfed, but if you've never used clamps then now probably isn't a great time to start. I say that because I'd have to think your nipples are going to be a lot more sensitive right now? Ouch.

Anyway, I'm no doctor, and we don't have any here on the forums that I know of. However, anything you could do with nipple clamps to damage your nipples would be just as problematic now as it would be at any other time. If you caused, for example, nerve damage by over-clamping? I mean, that's never a good thing at any time. So, in short, you should always be planning to prevent any kind of damage, regardless of whether or not you're nursing. If you're being cautious/responsible, causing permanent damage to your nipples is pretty difficult to do.

That said, I don't know if clamping would interfere with let down or anything like that. Honestly, most internists probably wouldn't either. Lactation specialist/OBGYN/midwi fe could probably help you with that, and it's better to talk to them than to take anecdotal advice on this if this is really important to you. In either case, I think you should just use some lineman's pliers and clip the O-ring that attaches the clamps to the collar. That way you get the collar and the clamps, but don't have to use them in tandem.
03/07/2012
PolyLove PolyLove
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Originally posted by Owl Identified
I've never breastfed, but if you've never used clamps then now probably isn't a great time to start. I say that because I'd have to think your nipples are going to be a lot more sensitive right now? Ouch.

Anyway, I'm no ...
That's a really good idea. Thank you. I read lineman's pliers and my eyes go 0_0 then I read the rest of the sentence and my eyes went back to normal. Lol..
03/07/2012
Owl Identified Owl Identified
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Originally posted by PolyLove
That's a really good idea. Thank you. I read lineman's pliers and my eyes go 0_0 then I read the rest of the sentence and my eyes went back to normal. Lol..
HAHA. Yes, I would NOT recommend those on anyone's nipples, nursing or otherwise. The idea made my eyes go O_o as well!!!
03/07/2012
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I sent you a message, but in case you read this first before your messages ask P'Gell she's a certified lactation consultant and knows all things about breastfeeding since it's her job.
03/07/2012
Owl Identified Owl Identified
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Originally posted by unfulfilled
I sent you a message, but in case you read this first before your messages ask P'Gell she's a certified lactation consultant and knows all things about breastfeeding since it's her job.
Ooooh, I didn't know that! I said we have no doctors on the forums that I know of, but a lactation consultant is way better for this topic. I'm going to message a link to this topic to P'Gell, too, in case she wants to add anything publicly as a resource for future breast-feeding mothers that are into BDSM.
03/07/2012
charletnarouh charletnarouh
I'd probably hold off on the clips til you're done nursing, but if you love the collar, just remove the clips so you can use them separately as Owl said. I second talking to a medical professional before using nipple clips while nursing.
03/07/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
Thanks, Owl. Lil Missy PMed me and we had a nice talk. I didn't see this thread yesterday, but I got Missy's PM.

Thank you again. I'm always glad to help.

And, no, you wouldn't want to use nipple clamps while nursing or pregnant. The structures in the breast and nipple are more sensitive (even in women who don't feel increased sensitivity) and more prone to infection from irritation, not to mention possibility of damage and infection to milk pore and ductal tubules leading from the breast into the pores in the nipple. As soon as the baby is weaned and there is no more copious milk supply (weaning should always be done S-L-O-W-L-Y) use of the clamps can recommence.... assuming you aren't pregnant again. The use of nipple clamps or even intense nipple stimulation in some women during pregnancy can lead to increased risk of pre-term labor. I was one of those women, and had to lay off of nipple stim during pregnancy.

03/08/2012
PolyLove PolyLove
Thanks everyone. Lots of help. And, again, thank you P'Gell.
03/08/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
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Originally posted by PolyLove
Thanks everyone. Lots of help. And, again, thank you P'Gell.
You are welcome, sweetie. It was great talking to you.
03/08/2012
Owl Identified Owl Identified
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Originally posted by P'Gell
Thanks, Owl. Lil Missy PMed me and we had a nice talk. I didn't see this thread yesterday, but I got Missy's PM.

Thank you again. I'm always glad to help.

And, no, you wouldn't want to use nipple clamps while nursing or ...
I never would have considered the increased likelihood of infection. Makes a ton of sense when you explain it. I recall my mother getting an infection once from a blocked tubule (or something similar). It happened when one of my siblings wasn't nursing often/thoroughly enough and she had to pump all the time. At the time I had kind of assumed it was atypical, but now it makes sense. It's probably more common among lactating women than I had assumed. In 5-10 years when my kinky friends start having babies, this information about breastfeeding and nipple clamps will come in handy!
03/09/2012
BrittaniMaree BrittaniMaree
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Originally posted by PolyLove
I love the look of this collar, and as a "new submissive" I am looking for one that is attractive and durable. But I have never tried nipple clamps, and don't want to spend $40 on a collar that I will never use if I don't like the ...
07/24/2012
AlexaFish AlexaFish
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Originally posted by P'Gell
Thanks, Owl. Lil Missy PMed me and we had a nice talk. I didn't see this thread yesterday, but I got Missy's PM.

Thank you again. I'm always glad to help.

And, no, you wouldn't want to use nipple clamps while nursing or ...
thank you! This is the only place on the web I could find a direct answer to this question. I'm in my second trimester and I was about to order some clamps, but as a breast reduction recovery (had the surgery 12 years ago)I am so wary of doing anything that might go against my efforts to breastfeed. I was able to with my first but had supply issues. I am taking NO chances this time! So thank you SO MUCH for this answer. It makes absolute sense and is the advice I just spent an hour on the internet trying to find! I will put them on my wish list and give them a shot later
11/26/2012
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