PUR Manual Breast pump- 150ml Classic
Brand/Mfr. : Visit PUR Store
- Equipped with silicone liner
- Provides comfort during pump
- Provides an effective suction
- Made of BPA free material
- Size is 21 x 19.5 x 9.3 cm
- Contains 1 breast pump,1 feeding bottle, 1 neck cap, 1 nipple and hood.
- Comes in 2 variants Classic and Milksafe.
- Comfortable to use
PUR Manual Breast Pump is a convenient and time-saving way to store breast milk. Provides engorgement relief and also is comfortable to use. The Pump imitates baby's natural sucking pattern.Safe for babies.
- Helps feeding your baby with your breast milk, even when you are away
- A durable, long lasting and easy to clean breast pump
- Teat for feeding is a standard neck comfort flow silicone nipple
- Soft Silicone Cushion helps in expressing milk with maximum comfort
- Ergonomically shaped and comes with a single handed operations
- Unique compact design makes easy to carry while travelling
- 100% Sterilizable product
- Provides engorgement relief , maximum milk flow and ultimate comfort.
- Cannot be washed in dishwasher. Should be washed with washing liquid, in other ways.
Directions for Use:
- Wash your hands and make sure all part of the breast pump are clean.
- Find a private place where you feel relaxed. Think about your baby; this will trigger the hormones that help release your milk.
- Place the assembled breast shield on your breast. Make sure the shield is centered over the nipple.
- Begin pumping. It may take a couple of minutes for the milk to start flowing.
- Once the milk is released, adjust the rate of pumping to make it inconsistent, similar to a baby’s sucking motions.
- Switch breasts about every five minutes. Make sure that each breast gets about 15 minutes of total stimulation.
- When you’ve finished pumping, remove the breast shield. Carefully unscrew the bottle and place a cap on it.
- If any parts of the manual breast pump have touched the breast or milk, wash them in warm, soapy water.
- Set the pieces out to air-dry.
- Clean pumping area.
- Take apart breast pump tubing and separate all parts that come in contact with breast/breast milk (for example, flanges, valves, membranes, connectors, and milk collection bottles).
- Rinse breast pump parts that come into contact with breast/breast milk under running water to remove remaining milk .
- Clean pump kit
- Allow to air-dry thoroughly.
- Breast feeding and breast milk is best for you and your newborn baby.
- Breast milk changes naturally to meet your baby’s nutritional needs at each stage of development.
- Breast feeding stimulates your hormones and helps your uterus to return to its pre-pregnancy size.
- Helps mothers worry about the amount of milk that may not be sufficient when breastfeeding.
- If the mother is busy or has to work outside the home, the person in charge of taking care of it can feed the child immediately.
- Helps mothers to pump and store milk.
- This ensures that your baby is receiving quality milk.
- Good for the mother’s breast health as well.
Yes, cleaning breast pump parts after every pump is recommended to help protect babies from germs.
The frequency of pumping is different for everyone, depending on your needs and your baby’s, but here are some general guidelines depending on your pumping goals.
- If you’re pumping while away from baby to maintain supply, pump or hand express every three to five hours. You may need to pump closer to every three hours if you’re using a single or manual pump, and may be able to extend the time between pumping sessions closer to five hours apart when using a double pump.
- If you’re pumping to increase milk production, breastfeed or pump at least 8 to 10 times in a 24-hour period. You can add an extra pump session in the morning or evening while increasing your supply, and can also pump immediately following a nursing session to fully empty your breasts.
For extra germ removal, sanitize pump parts at least once daily. Sanitizing is especially important if your baby is less than 3 months old, was born prematurely, or has a weakened immune system due to illness or medical treatment (such as chemotherapy for cancer).