Lansinoh Manual Breastpump
Lansinoh Manual Breastpump
£18.59 Save: £16.41 RRP: £35.00
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Weight: 410g (includes packaging)
The Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump is made from 100% polypropylene, the preferred plastic for breastmilk storage. The unique ComfortSeal cushion of the Manual Breast Pump from Lansinoh creates a secure seal for more comfortable and efficient pumping. And Breast Pump's ergonomic handle and lightweight, compact design allow for easy one handed use and discreet portability. The Lansinoh Manual Breast Pump is silent, easy to assemble, easy to use, easy to clean and is dishwasher safe. For extra value, the Manual Breast Pump comes with two extra valves and a spare silicone diaphragm, as well as two storage bottles, bottle rings and specially designed sealing disks to prevent leaking.
•Comfortable - Unique ComfortSeal™ cushion provides steady, comfortable suction for a secure fit and faster milk flow.
•Safe - Made from 100% Bisphenol-A free polypropylene - the preferred plastic for breastmilk storage. Dishwasher safe.
•Ergonomic - The ergonomic handle puts no strain on the wrist, providing efficient one hand pumping for ease in imitating a baby's nursing rhythm.
•Portability - Compact size, and very light, the pump can be assembled in under a minute.
•Efficient - Fast, gentle, convenient – no need for batteries or electricity.
•Standard size - Standard size allows you to pump into most baby bottles.
•Accessories - The Lansinoh breast pump has only 7 parts. It comes with two extra valves and a spare silicone diaphragm, as well as two storage bottles, bottle rings and specially designed sealing disks to prevent leaking. Breastmilk storage bottles can also be bought separately.
- Wash your hands thoroughly and make sure your breasts are clean.
- Make sure you have sterilised and carefully assembled your pump
- Press the breast flange and ComfortSea cushion of the pump firmly against your breast; making sure the seal is secure so that no air can escape.
- As you gently push down on the pump handle you will feel the suction on your breast. You do not need to depress the handle fully to create a vacuum; only as much as is comfortable. Initially squeeze the handle with short quick compressions until let-down is achieved. Your milk will soon start flowing even though you may not use all the suction the pump can generate.
- Begin by pumping 6-7 times quickly to initiate let down. Then, hold the handle down for 2-3 seconds, and allow it to return to its resting place. These 2-3 second cycles imitate your babys natural nursing pattern and allow the milk to flow into the bottles between strokes.
- Milk should begin to flow after the first few strokes. Do not worry if your milk does not flow immediately. Relax and continue pumping.
Do not continue pumping for more than five minutes at a time if no result is achieved. Try expressing at another time during the day. Please remember that, should pumping become very painful or uncomfortable, you should stop using the pump and consult your doctor or breastfeeding advisor.