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    Medela Supplemental Nursing System
    Baby Product (Medela)


    Medela


    List Price: $56.00
    Price: $56.00


    • Sterile packaging
    • A breastfeeding assistance kit for moms and babies facing special challenges, such as inducing lacta
    • Ideal for long-term supplemental feedings at the breast
    • Adjustable flow-rate system and Color-coded tubes for different feed rates
    • Neck strap for maximum convenience

    Supplemental Nursing System™ (Sns) By Medela
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    List Price: $56.00
    Price: $56.00


    • Adjustable neck strap.
    • Graduated reservoir container. Easy to fill container.
    • Adjustable flow-rate system. Color-coded tubes for different feed rates.
    • Sterile in package. BPA Free
    • Autoclavable and boilable

Community Calendar for Jan. 13

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FISH carries supplemental onus insurance as an umbrella policy for its drivers. The program requires that residents in sine qua non be mobile, or be able to use a cane or walker. FISH also asks that appointments be set three or more days in move.

Celebrating Breastfeeding Awareness Month

In one arm, she clutched her nursing pillow while the other grasped “The Breastfeeding Book” by Dr. Sears.

Her head full of information from the La Leche League and her heart held hopes and wishes to feed her newborn son the same way her mother fed her. It all seemed to be going well, until she brought her baby home.

“My milk wasn’t coming in like my mom said it would. He was nursing around the clock, crying in hunger. Technically, I should have quit,” said Kristin Cavuto, 39, of Edison.

She didn’t quit. Determined not to have any artificial nipples for her baby, Cavuto was finally diagnosed with low prolactin levels and worked with a breastfeeding activist and a supportive doctor who specialized in nursing problems.

“I finally found a way to feed my baby and keeping him on the nipple with breast milk," Cavuto said. "The doctor gave medications which increased my supply and I used milk from a milk bank while utilizing a device that would allow me to keep him on the breast called a SNS (Supplemental Nursing System).”

Has anyone used this device to help with breastfeeding?

Hi! I am looking to give this device a try to help with my supply and my impatient daughter!
http://www.medelabreastfeedingus.com/pro ducts/breastfeeding-devices/51/supplemen tal-nursing-system-sns

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That just looks so painful..never even heard of it!


i had tried to use a product similar to this. it had the same concept. my daughter did not take to it at all. she would latch on to the breast only until the milk from the bottle was gone, then it was back to fussing and being impatient. it does take

anyone ever heard of this?

I was reading an article online and came across this product, just wanted to share this with my fellow mommy's. Has anyone ever used this?

http://www.medelabreastfeedingus.com/pro ducts/breastfeeding-devices/51/supplemen tal-nursing-system-sns


Yes, I have tried it and so has my SIL. With her it worked well. She had a c-section and her milk didn't start to come in until 8 days after birth. So she used it to helped supplement for her daughter without having to use bottles.

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Yes, I have tried it and so has my SIL. With her it worked well. She had a c-section and her milk didn't start to come in until 8 days after birth. So she used it to helped supplement for her daughter without having to use bottles.

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