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Curity Nursing Pad -Box of 12
Curity Nursing Pads
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Ameda Elite Carry Bag - 1020345_EA - 1
Ameda Elite Carry Bag
Sale price$74.99
SpeCtra Single Manual Breast Pump - 1039356_EA - 1
SpeCtra Flange, 32 mm - 1039438_EA - 1
SpeCtra Flange
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SpeCtra Bottle Adapter, Tan - 1039441_EA - 1
SpeCtra Bottle Adapter, Tan
Sale price$7.99
SpeCtra Accessory Kit with 24 mm Breast Shield - 1039443_EA - 1
SpeCtra Premium Accessory Kit with 28mm Breast Shield - 1039488_EA - 1
SpeCtra Replacement Tubing - 1039490_EA - 1
SpeCtra Replacement Tubing
Sale price$3.99
SpeCtra S2 Plus Double Electric Breast Pump Kit - 1039501_EA - 1
Ameda Reducing Insert, 22.5 mm - 1040406_EA - 1
Ameda Reducing Insert
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Ameda Breast Pumping Starter Set - 1040419_EA - 1
Ameda Areola Stimulator - 1040432_EA - 1
Ameda Areola Stimulator
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Ameda Locking Ring - 1040434_EA - 1
Ameda Locking Ring
Sale price$14.99
Ameda Trolley Breast Pump Stand and Mounting Kit - 1040452_EA - 1
Evenflo Advanced Breast Pump Replacement Parts Kit - 1041161_CS - 1
Evenflo Replacement Membrane -
Evenflo Replacement Membrane
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Spectra Breast Shield Replacement Set - 1069967_EA - 1
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Spectra S2 Plus Single / Double Electric Breast Pump - 1173754_EA - 1
Spectra S2 Plus Single / Double Electric Breast Pump
Sale price$179.99 Regular price$189.99
Spectra S1 Plus Single / Double Electric Breast Pump - 1173760_EA - 1
Ameda Hospital Discharge Kit - 841117_EA - 1
Ameda Hospital Discharge Kit
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Gelmix Infant Thickener, 30 Packets per Box - 1148667_EA - 1
Gelmix Infant Thickener
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Ameda Cool 'N' Carry Breast Milk Storage Bag - 1020350_EA - 1
Lansinoh SignaturePro Breast Pump Kit - 1039102_EA - 1
SpeCtra Backflow Protector - 1039353_EA - 1
SpeCtra Backflow Protector
Sale price$7.99

Frequently Asked Questions about Nursing

Newborns typically need to nurse every 2 to 3 hours, or 8 to 12 times a day. As they grow older, the frequency may decrease to around 7 to 9 feedings per day.

Look for signs of a satisfied baby, such as weight gain, wet diapers (at least 6 to 8 per day), and a contented disposition after feeding. Your baby's pediatrician can also monitor growth to ensure they're getting enough nutrition.

The duration of nursing sessions can vary, but on average, it can range from 10 to 30 minutes per breast. Pay attention to your baby's cues of hunger and fullness, and let them nurse until they are satisfied.

To boost milk production, ensure you're nursing frequently and effectively. Stay well-hydrated, get plenty of rest, and consider techniques like breast compression and pumping after feedings to stimulate milk production.

Most pediatricians recommend introducing solid foods around 6 months of age. Look for signs of readiness, such as sitting up with minimal support, showing interest in your food, and having good head control.

When selecting a nursing bag, consider factors such as size, compartments, durability, and ease of cleaning. Look for a bag that can accommodate your nursing essentials, such as diapers, wipes, bottles, and nursing covers, while keeping them organized and easily accessible.

When choosing a nursing pillow, consider factors such as comfort, size, and versatility. Look for a pillow that provides proper support for both you and your baby during breastfeeding sessions and allows for different feeding positions.

It is recommended to replace nursing pads every two to three months or sooner if they become wet, uncomfortable, or start to show signs of wear and tear. Regularly changing nursing pads helps maintain hygiene and prevents discomfort or infections.

There are two main types of breast pumps: manual and electric. Manual breast pumps are operated by hand and are suitable for occasional use. Electric breast pumps are powered by electricity or batteries and offer more efficiency and convenience, making them ideal for regular or frequent pumping.

A single electric breast pump extracts milk from one breast at a time, while a double electric breast pump allows you to pump milk from both breasts simultaneously. Double pumping can save time and stimulate milk production, especially for mothers who need to pump frequently or have twins.

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