* Safe: BPA-free material for the health of your baby; * Flexible: Ideal for collecting, storing, transporting, and feeding breastmilk; * Beneficial: no loss of precious breastmilk; * Easy to clean: Dishwasher and microwave safe.
Nothing beats breastmilk! Breastfeeding gives your baby the healthiest start in life. If breastfeeding is not possible, pumping breastmilk is the next best option.
BPA-free and shatterproof Medela Breastmilk Bottles and all other breastfeeding products which come into contact with breastmilk, are made from polypropylene - a BPA-free material. They are also break proof which means they will not crack or splinter if you drop them.
The right teat for your baby The teat that comes with this bottle is Slow Flow. You may also purchase spare teats in Medium Flow to use with this bottle. You can, therefore, perfectly adapt the bottle to suit the age and needs of your baby.
Storing and feeding in one bottle The Medela Breastmilk Bottles enable you to store and feed breastmilk using the same bottle. It is no longer necessary to transfer breastmilk into another bottle before feeding, which means that you lose less breastmilk.
Medela Breastmilk Bottles with Teat are available in the following versions: 150 ml Breastmilk Bottle with small teat, size S 250 ml Breastmilk Bottle with medium teat, size M Teat, size S (double pack) Teat, size M (double pack)
Important: make sure breastfeeding is well established before introducing a teat.
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When Medela designs a new product they research and consult with lactation experts to make sure they are developing a product that will fit a breastfeeding Mom’s needs and wants. Over the years Medela has become a favorite brand for many Mom’s and health care officials. For my review, I was sent a Medela Calma bottle and a Swing breastpump.
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This Haberman special nipple,valve and collar system fits on the Medela bottle and on any other standard wide-mouthed bottle. The nipple has a reservoir which holds the formula or the expressed breast milk. By turning the bottle so that one of the three marks on the nipple is upwards, you can control the flow of the milk: slow, medium or fast. You can squeeze on the sides of the nipple reservoir to help your baby get the milk. Since a cleft baby cannot suck but must sort of chew or bite at the nipple to get the milk to flow into his mouth, a regulat nipple just won't work. The nipple comes in two sizes, regular and preemie, Using these special nipples will probably keep you from having to have a feeding tube put in. Nothing else worked for us. A bit pricey because all that chewing on it eventually wears out the cross-cut opening in the nipple and it needs to be replaced. But if your baby needs a special nipple because he cannot suck from the breast, this is the one.
Is the haberman compatable with all medela bottles? I have been using medela bottles that came with my pump and have tried gerber and evenflo bottles but they tend to leak. My daughter is almost 6 months old and I want to purchase bigger bottles and I want the larger medela bottles but wanted to check with you ladies to see if it will work. I am thinking that they will work but before I spend 15 or more bucks I want to make sure since medela items cannot be returned. the picture here is of the glass bottles....I will be purchasing the plastic ones.Playtex Ventaire collars and nipples fit the Medela bottles, but the Playtex Ventaire bottles do not fit on the pump because of the curve in the bottle. So, I'd bet that non-curved standard sized Playtex bottles would likely fit. The Playtex Ventaire bottles that are wider based and aimed to be more like BFing do not fit the Medela collars.