Medela Swing Electric Breast Pump Reviews
Product Type: Medela kids equipment
Newest Review: ... expressing on many websites or at a local breastfeeding support group. === The Medela Swing === The Medela Swing is an ... more
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Customer Medela Swing Electric Breast Pump Reviews (24)
by - written on 17/03/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
When I had my first baby I had a manual breast pump and always wished I had spent more money on a better one as the manual one took so long and wasn't very comfortable at all so it made expressing more difficult than it needed to be. When I had my second baby I bought this pump as I had heard some very good reviews about it and so wanted to do anything that would help to make expressing easier especially with another little one running around too. === What do people express === There are several reasons why breastfeeding mothers choose to express. It is recommended that you express sometimes to help your supply levels. If your baby is losing weight or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/13 (Very useful, 96 readings)
==Overview== The Medela Swing is an electric breast pump which may be something to consider if you are planning to breast feed a baby and want to express your milk. The Swing costs around £100 for a single pump, however, I kept an eye out on Amazon and got it for £65 which is pretty good as they sell for a similar price on Amazon second hand. Included in the box is a pump, the funnel, a bottle, a cap for the bottle and a Medela Calma teat which are worth about £10 on their own. I decided to get a breast pump prior to having the baby with the plan of expressing milk so that I could take a bottle out for the baby when we went out rather than having to breast ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 272 readings)
I was lucky in that I had very few problems breastfeeding our daughter, but we still wanted a breast pump for emergencies and for my partner to be able to give a bottle occasionally. As it happened when she was 5 weeks old I needed to pop to get a mole removed so I pumped every day for a week to have enough of a stash to leave my husband and daughter for a few hours without having to worry (though at 5 weeks PP I missed them dreadfully every moment of course!). I knew I wanted an electric pump as the idea of a manual one made me feel slightly squeamish in a way that the electric didn't for some reason! . With the electric pump I could feed my daughter on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/09 (Very useful, 541 readings)
My son is 3 months old and has been exclusively breast fed since birth. He's always been slim, and his weight gain has been steady but slow, and this week the doctor ordered us to give him a bottle of formula in the evenings, as it appears my supply is low. I really want him to carry on with exclusive breast milk, and so whilst using formula for a bit, I am aiming to increase my supply. Hence purchasing the Medela pump. I have previously been using the Tommee Tippee manual pump, and whilst not having any problems with it, its a bit time consuming and my hand always feels like it's going to drop off afterwards! I also wondered if an electric pump would produce ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/09, updated on 17/05/09 (Very useful, 372 readings)
When my son was born he spent a week in SCBU due to jaundice and had problems latching on so I used one of the medela electric pumps to express milk for him to be feed via a tube and a cup initially till he was well enough to feed properly. When I went home I wanted to use a pump to express so if there was any problems he could have some expressed milk again. I bought this electric breast pump after find using a manual breast pump frustrating and difficult to use ( tommee tippee). Bit about the pump- the manufacturers claim the special 2-Phase pumping system is to closely mimics babies' natural suckling rhythm What this means is it starts of with a ... Read the complete review
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