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Tommee Tippee Silicone BreastPump

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This silicone breast pump is part of the Tommee Tippee Made for Me range of breastfeeding products which are designed especially for you because you’re a one off!

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This silicone breast pump is part of the Tommee Tippee Made for Me range of breastfeeding products which are designed especially for you because you’re a one off!

Features

"We want to support your breastfeeding journey by enabling you to feed your baby wherever and whenever you want. This pump can be used to pump breastmilk; catch let-down milk when mums are feeding from the opposite breast and provide relief to milk-filled breasts. It’s a gentle way to express or collect milk. No cords, or noise it’s a discrete, truly portable and made from 100% food grade silicone. It comes with a reusable Travel & Microwave Steriliser Bag, which is designed to look like a cosmetic bag so it can fit nice and discretely into any handbag or baby bag, it stores the pump in a sterile environment but can also be used once mums have expressed to keep everything clean for transport. No worrying about spilt milk. "

Warnings or Restrictions

DO wash your hands with soap and water and dry thoroughly before handling your breast pump. • DO thoroughly clean and sterilise your breast pump following the instructions opposite. Do this before you use it for the first time and after every use. • DO always store your silicone breast pump in a cool, dry place away from heat and moisture and out of direct sunlight. • DO keep your silicone breast pump well out of reach of your baby and any young children

Product Specification

Product code: 794460

Product Uses

Unless you’ve been told otherwise, the best time to try your breast pump for the first time is after your baby’s first feed of the day. • Make sure you’re in a comfortable position and try to relax. • Remember, you’re not trying to suck milk out. It comes from just behind your nipple. • Using your breast pump shouldn’t hurt. If it does, try a gentler pressure. Then check your breasts. If you have any red or hot areas, stop using the breast pump and get in touch with your breastfeeding advisor as soon as possible. • Every mum is different. You may only produce a little milk, or flow freely. You may produce more milk at different times of the day (morning or evening) or different volumes from one breast to another. • Don’t continue using the pump once your milk has stopped coming. Give your breasts a break

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