R For Rabbit First Feed Breast Pump - Pink - 1 Unit
The R for Rabbit First Feed Breast Pump is an electric breast pump that is made to mimic the child’s suction pattern. It provides a safe method to express the milk and is suitable for use anywhere and anytime. The R for Rabbit Breast Pump is easy to assemble and comes with two modes: massage mode and suction mode. It also offers different frequency levels that make the process easier for mothers.
- Quite easy to operate and can be used in a comfortable position; it does not require leaning forward.
- Comes with an LCD that allows you to select different suction modes and power levels.
- It comes with an anti-backflow system.
- The product integrates dual modes: massage and suction.
- Lightweight and can fit in a regular-sized bag.
- It can be used anywhere and anytime.
- Pump head
- Silicone pad
- Dust shield
- Pump body
- USB cable
- PPSU baby bottle
- It has different levels of suction power that help to stimulate the mother’s milk.
- This pump helps to achieve increased milk flow.
- It comes with different frequency levels that help the suction process.
How to Use
- First, the valve must be inserted into the bottom of the pump body.
- This is followed by twisting the baby bottle clockwise.
- The piston is then placed on the top of the bottle.
- The pump head is placed on top of the pump body.
- This is followed by the insertion of the breast pad and fitting it tightly.
- Do not use the pump while taking a bath.
- It is advised not to share the same pump between mothers.
- Charging of the pump should be done under strict supervision.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Keep the silicone piston dry before use.
Q1. When can a mother start using breast pumps?
Ans: Mothers are advised to start using breast pumps after the baby turns 6-weeks old.
Q2. Are breast pumps needed for new moms?
Ans: Breast pumps are not necessary for new mothers but can help speed up the feeding process.
Q3. What are the side effects of using breast pumps?
Ans: Breast pumps, when used frequently, can lead to injury of the breast tissue. They may also cause the skin to stretch and become less elastic, which can eventually cause the breasts to sag.
Q4. For how long should one round of pumping be done?
Ans: Pumping can be done for around 15 minutes and a maximum of 20. Pumping for longer than 20 minutes must be avoided.