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Guideline for Using Breastfeeding Products:
- Breastfeeding is recommended for newborns and infants as it provides clean, pure, and safe milk that contains essential nutrients and energy required for their growth and development. Use of bottle milk, teats, or pacifiers should be avoided.
- Electric Breastfeeding Pump is a secure and healthy device that is made up of medical-grade safety silicone and eco-friendly pp materials, free of BPA. It has a USB charging interface and a silent mode to reduce noise.
- Milk storage bags are available to store breast milk at room temperature for up to 4 hours, in the refrigerator for up to 3 days, and in the deep freezer for up to 6 months.
- Breast pumps are mechanical devices that are used to help and maintain the flow of human breast milk. There are two types of breast pumps: manual and electric.
- Before buying a breast pump, it is important to know the different types and models available in the market. FDA regulates these devices, and they can be used to maintain or increase a woman’s milk supply, relieve engorged breasts, or pull out flat or inverted nipples so a nursing baby can latch on more easily.
- Safety is essential when using a breast pump. Before each use, wash hands for 20 seconds, assemble and clean the pump, especially if it is shared. After each use, store milk safely, clean and disinfect the pump kit, and rinse it under running water. Clean the pump kit by hand using hot water and soap and replace all parts that come in contact with breast/breast milk.
- It is important to follow the instructions manual while cleaning and maintaining the breast pump to ensure its proper functioning and longevity.
- Heavy-duty electric pumps are used in specific medical conditions and are sterilized after every use. These pumps are only available in a hospital-grade.
- Breastfeeding products are essential for mothers to ensure the well-being of their newborns. Always purchase high-quality products from reputable sources to avoid any harm or complications.