A BREASTFEEDING SUIT DEVELOPED FOR SPECIAL USE In conjunction with the Medela Contact Nipple Shields, you can address common breastfeeding issues, including flat or inverted nipples, painful latching times, and overactive letdowns.
AN INSPIRING DESIGN TO GET YOU IN TOUCH The product is 100% ultra-fine steel The Medela Nipple Shield is made of a thin and soft silicone that has a unique design with a cut-out for each ear Ensure your baby and you can have maximum skin contact by laying out an area that allows maximum skin contact.
A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL MUST ORDER THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT The Contact Nipple Shields from Medela should only be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional, such as a medical professional, lactation consultant, or other healthcare provider.
The following products are free of Contact nipple shields from Medela are, and always have been, made without BPA, like all other parts and accessories associated with breast pumps that come into contact with breastmilk.
The portable nature of the device makes it convenient and easy to use. (2) contact nipple shields are included in this kit in addition to a portable carrying case. As a safety precaution, it is always advisable to have an extra nipple shield on hand.
Questions & Answers
When a date is set to expire, does it refer to the date of ?
You may find that an expiration date appears on your packaging, which will refer to the expiration of the sterility of the product. The expiration date will usually come with an hour glass symbol (universal sign for expiration) next to the date, or say "EXP". The non-profit organization we work with A date of manufacture will appear on sterile Nipple Shields, but an expiration date will not appear. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to reach out directly to us. You can count on us to help you no matter what!
The size I should get depends on my body type, so how can I determine that?
In order to determine the right size, it is best to seek the assistance of a lactation professional. Because there is not a standard size we recommend, it is best to seek the advice of a lactation professional. It will depend on the size of the infant's mouth to determine the size of the Nipple shield. In this case, the size of the Contact Breast Shield may differ greatly from the size of the breast shield you are currently using. We are always here to assist you if you have any further questions. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need assistance!
are the materials used to make the object?
The question is excellent. Silicone thins out to form the ring.
Do you have the biggest size in 24mm?
We offer a size larger than that at the present time. I hope you have a wonderful
Selected User Reviews For Medela Contact Nipple Shield for Breastfeeding, 16mm Extra Small Nippleshield, For Latch Difficulties or Flat or Inverted Nipples, 2 Count with Carrying Case, Made Without BPA
I am still breastfeeding because you saved me
All in all, these are great. As soon as I thought I would be unable to breastfeed, they saved my lactation relationship. The latching problems my son had from the day he was born have continued to this day. I saw two lactation specialists who wasted my time - my nipples were bloody and torn apart and I was in complete pain, but both of them told me to "get over it" and it would all be okay in time. My hands shook for over a month, so I switched to exclusive pumping. The nursing attempt was futile, since my son would not take the milk. In addition to getting exhausted with pumping, the pumping gradually affected my supply (I have Hashimoto's and was diagnosed with an already low supply as a result of it), so I had to supplement with formula twice The other day my husband went to see our family doctor and he related my issues to her during a I asked her to have him introduce me to these new nipple shields - she told him they saved her breastfeeding. Currently, I don't breastfeed so I asked my lactation consultant whether I should try it and she told me, "you might as well not breastfeed if you use one of those. ". In this instance, I disregarded the doctor's advice, so I went against his advice. ******Now I can say the same as my doctor when it comes to my doctor's advice. It is back to normal now that my supply has been restored - I produce an adequate amount of milk for my son to exclusively breastfeed without using supplements. These are difficult to clean and tend to fall out easily, however the fact that they have saved my breastfeeding relationship makes up for these limitations. It's no longer painful to nurse with the silicon, since it's soft and thin. It has often been the case that I can remove the shield and my son will latch properly with a good latch throughout feedings. I am truly blessed to have these. recommend them if you have latch issues. My lactation consultants did not even recommend these despite weeks of discomfort and frustration and as a result of being so disappointed in myself for failing at breastfeeding, I was on the edge of postpartum depression. This is one of the best things I can suggest if you are having trouble breastfeeding. don't have to ask a friend or family member for permission to use them - if I had waited for that permission, I would have given up breastfeeding for good. In the event that you're not getting the support you need, take matters into your own hands and do what is best for you and your baby, and if that means going with a shield, so be The benefit of having a baby on the breast with a shield is better than not having one.
| May 13, 2021
Getting your baby to lay down is a hassle if he or she is grabbish
A real pain in the neck! The first time I used them, my baby tried to pull it off the seal and spoiled the seal because she is so grabby when eating. Eventually, I decided to pump for a while to allow myself to heal before trying to breastfeed As the first week passed, I pumped exclusively and bottlefed my daughter until I felt comfortable trying to breastfeed, which was actually fantastic for my husband because he got to feed her while I tried to nurse her, which is great because they bonded during the feeding. We are exclusively breastfeeding her now that she is two months old! It is not recommended for new moms to bottlefeed because they may experience "nipple confusion. " or any other issue. Please consult a lactation consultant if you can if you are having problems latching. Try not to beat yourself up. Be sure to remember You're doing the best for your baby even if you need to supplement with formula or switch to formula all together! Don't fret momma, your little one will be fine! Getting through the first month is a lot easier once you get into the groove.
| Jun 02, 2021
I love it! It is such a lifesaver! As a quick overview, here are the details Here are some pros The following is my definition of br- It is less painful* - The latch is easier to latch - Breastfeeding is more enjoyable when it is enjoyable*br> It might be effective for dealing with a powerful letdown
The following is my definition of br- It's important to keep the house clean*. As you would expect, it can fall off your boob, which can be annoying for hungry babies-- The last thing you'll need to keep in your diaper bag
After struggling to get a latch that didn't leave me bruised & bleeding, I was advised to keep an extra bag in the diaper bag just in case. As a result of bleeding, the lactation consultant in the hospital gave me one of these before I left My baby's food became more appealing to me instantly and I no longer dreaded feeding him The pain from which the wince originates To looking forward to nursing instead of regretting it). After 6 weeks of nursing with nipple shields, my dog got hold of them, so I tried to nurse without them & it did not work. However, the pain continues to be excruciating. Although I gave it a shot for a few days, it is still painful and itchy Nipple shields were much more enjoyable to use than other nursing tools. In the past few months, I have had trouble getting my baby to swallow directly without a nipple shield. The amount of letdown I experience sometimes is too much. Because the nipple shields have never been an issue prior to this, I think they make the letdown for babies easier. My order was reordered with pleasure. I find it frustrating sometimes when my baby knocks off the shield or if I have to wash it, having to wash it seems like just one extra thing to manage. In the end, however, I find that enjoying time with my baby is far more important than having a negative experience. In addition, getting it wet will help it stick better & You won't have to worry about it falling off. It's impossible for me to describe how grateful I am for this product! I would probably be exclusively pumping if it weren't for it It would be incredibly difficult for me to do that.
| Mar 18, 2021
It is disgusting to see used goods! Although I am sure this is a great product, one of the shields had fingerprints and milk remnants on them when I opened the package
There is no way around this! There is a medical possibility that my baby has a vulnerable body, which means people's body fluids are at risk. Medela is a brand I expected to perform better in terms of quality control.