As a mother, you always want to give your child the best things. And breast milk is an extremely important factor for the early stages of development. But breastfeeding in front of strangers is what makes you uncomfortable, and so does milk spill. When breastfeeding we have all been there. Designed to prevent breast milk spilled or dripped out of breast during feeding. It can be cleaned and sanitized in boiling water for 3-5 minutes for disinfection. Silicone has a soft suction nozzle, which when attached in the right position will be a comfortable massage touch. Comes with cover. Ergonomic handle for easy one-handed operation. Buy it now, for you and for your sisters!
Ever cry over spilled milk? When breastfeeding we have all been there.
Designed to prevent breast milk spilled or dripped out of breast during feeding. BPA and PVC free. It can be cleaned and sanitized in boiling water for 3-5 minutes for disinfection. Silicone has a soft suction nozzle, which when attached in right position will be a comfortable massage touch. Comes with cover. Ergonomic handle for easy one-handed operation.
Before putting to breast, with a warm towel, massage to stimulate the areola, so breast will trigger a let down and full expansion. Pressing the bottle to exclude air put the front end of the bell in direct contact with the breast, relax your fingers, bottle has natural spring, complete adsorption action. To maintain pressure let the pump suction breast milk.
Silicone Breastfeeding Manual Nursing Strong Suction Reliever Breast Pumps
1. Full silicone one piece, without warranty of any accessories, there is no problem of damaged parts, easy to clean, do not hide milk dirt, easy to breed bacteria.
2. The overall material use medical grade silicone, free of bisphenol A (BPA), high temperature, anti-aging, easy to break, can be sterilized by boiling, safe and reliable.
3. Unique silica unique resilience, guaranteed negative pressure suction uniform, can effectively maintain the breast curve, not deformed.
4. The vacuum adsorption, forming one simply complete a suction operation, without repeatedly pressing.
5. Especially in the cleaning and disinfection process, to better reflect the effect of integration, simple, convenient, energy and health.
1.Before sucking, with warm breast fumigated towel and massage to stimulate the areola, so breast full expansion.
2.Breast pumps need boiling water for 3-5 minutes disinfection.
3. Pressing the bottle exclude air.
4. The front end of the bell in direct contact with the breast, and breast fit a negative pressure.
5. Relax your fingers, bottle natural spring, complete adsorption action, after the formation of negative pressure without repeatedly pressed to maintain negative pressure state can suck breast milk.
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Breast Feeding Facts
We all know the saying “breast is best” but here are some of the colossal benefits, and a couple quirky facts, about breastfeeding. 1. Human milk boosts a baby’s immune system big time—helping baby fight viral, bacterial, and parasitic infections, including:
Respiratory tract infections Ear infections Bacterial meningitis Pneumonia Urinary tract infections Infant diarrhea Common colds and flus 2. Breastfeeding can actually reduce baby’s risk of disease later in life, including:
Type I and II diabetes Hodgkin’s disease Leukemia Obesity High blood pressure High cholesterol levels Crohn’s disease Ulcerative colitis Asthma Eczema 3. Breastfeeding reduces mama’s risk of ovarian and breast cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis. The longer she breastfeeds, the higher the benefit.
Get this—breastfeeding a baby girl actually reduces her lifetime risk of breast cancer by 25%.
4. Breastfeeding saves a family approximately $2 to 4 thousand dollars annually (compared to cost of formula).
5. Breastfeeding helps mama heal faster in the postpartum, helping her uterus return to pre-pregnancy size faster and lowering overall postpartum blood loss.
6. Breastfeeding can help mama return to her pre-baby weight. It takes 1000 calories a day on average to produce breast milk. Women are advised to consume an extra 500 calories a day, and the body dips into reserves it built up in pregnancy to make the rest (it’s important to consume those extra calories or the body actually goes into “starvation mode” and holds onto the reserves).
7. Producing breast milk consumes 25% of the body’s energy; the brain only uses 20% by comparison.
8. On average, babies remove 67% of the milk mama has available—they eat until fullness, not until the breast is emptied.
9. Almost 75% of all moms produce more milk in their right breast, whether they are right- or left- handed.
10. Mama’s body is constantly making the perfect milk for baby. Milk changes its nutritional profile as baby grows (milk made for a 3 month old is different than for a 9 month old). Milk can even change day to day—for example, water content may increase during times of hot weather and baby-sickness to provide extra hydration.
11. Human milk contains substances that promote sleep and calmness in babies (who doesn’t love that?) Breastfeeding also calms mama and helps her bond to baby.
12. Breastfed infants are at lower risk for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
13. Mama’s breasts can detect even a one degree fluctuation in baby’s body temperature and adjust accordingly to heat up or cool down baby as needed. This is one reason skin-to-skin contact in the early days is so crucial.
14. Breastfeeding reduces baby’s risk of cavities later on and may lower the chance they will need braces as kids.
15. Breastfeeding mamas sleep on average 45 minutes more a night, compared to those who formula feed.