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Sometimes, it’s difficult for new moms to produce a sufficient amount of breast milk. They tend to move on to store-bought formulas that contains so many chemicals we can’t pronounce. Even if it’s hard for you to produce breast milk, you should still try as there are bountiful of benefits of breastfeeding your child. To learn more, read the article by clicking here.

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NUK Luna Electric Breast Pump
RM 520.60
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NUK Electric Comfort Breast Pump Luna Everyone knows that breast milk is best for your baby. In case, you don’t find enough time to breastfeed your child or else are busy otherwise, your little one still does not have to miss or give up his or her precious food. Mothers who express milk regularly are recommended to use an electric breast pump. The NUK Luna is small, feature a low weight and is easy to handle – thus customised for the needs of modern mothers. Thanks to the two-phase pumping rhythm the electric breast pump Luna by NUK provides the highest level of efficiency and excellent comfort by simulating the innate sucking motion of your baby during breastfeeding. The first phase stimulates the let-down reflex by rapid stimulation and short suction intervals. The second phase features a slow, intensive sucking rhythm for maximum milk flow. You can choose the different phases individually. By combining the two phases you can express more milk in a shorter time. The major advantages of the NUK breast pump are its fully adjustable suction strength that allows an optimum adaptation to your individual needs, the super soft silicone cushion that adapts perfectly to the shape of your breast as well as soft nubs that massage the skin and stimulate the milk flow additionally. NUK’s electric comfort breast pump Luna can be used with only one hand. Due to the fact that this breast pump comes with only a few parts, you can disassemble it after use, cleaned it easily and reassemble it in less than no time. In order to make sure that you can be as flexible as possible, NUK’s breast pump Luna can be operated with batteries or mains adaptor (batteries not included, 3 x AAA 1.5V batteries required). A global adaptor which is designed for worldwide use and thus perfect for travelling is also included in delivery. Apart from the breast pump and the silicone cushion there are the following accessories included: A NUK First Choice + Anti-Colic silicone teat, size 1 S (extra fine food hole) suitable for babies aged 0 - 6 months, one NUK breast milk container, a screw ring, a protective cap, a sealing disc, a tilt-proof stand and a euro plug CEE 7/16 suitable for travelling. Details: * Efficient: 2-phase rhythm, - Phase 1: stimulate milk flow - Phase 2: efficient pumping, phases can be selected individually * Mild: fully adjustable suction strength for maximum comfort * Soft: super soft silicone cushion with knobs for pleasant massage and optimal adjustment to the breast * Flexible: Mains or battery operation, including global adaptor which is great for travelling - for 100 - 240 V AC / 50/60 Hertz * Compatible with all NUK First Choice bottles and teats * Incl. NUK First Choice Anti-Colic Wide neck + silicone teat, size 1 (0-6 months), S (extra fine feed hole), protection cap, screw ring, sealing disc, stand and NUK breast milk container

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Pureen Manual Breast Pump RM 88.20 City Baby
Medela Swing Single Electric Breast Pump RM 587.10 Qoo10
Spectra S1 Plus Electric Breast Pump RM 782.00 Baby Needs
Malish Ilaria Double Electric Breast Pump RM 330.00 Lazada
Malish Aria Double Electric Breast Pump RM 225.00 Lazada
Tollyjoy Manual Breast Pump RM 120.70 Lazada
NUK Luna Electric Breast Pump RM 520.60 Kidsroom
Philips Avent SCF330/20 RM 199.00 Faliyana Mom Store
Spectra 9 Plus Rechargeable Electric Breast Pump RM 437.10 Lazada
NUK Jolie Manual Breast Pump RM 150.00 Lazada
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The Many Benefits of Breastfeeding your Child

What you feed your newborn child in their first couple of years is very crucial as this is when most of the physical (and mental) developments take place. Not only that breast milk is natural, it is also more beneficial in so many ways than store-bought formula.

Stronger and healthier baby

Breast milk contains the necessary nutrition and vitamins needed for your babies to grow properly. It also contains many antibodies to fight unwanted viruses and bacteria that your fragile baby might be exposed to. It promotes the growth of strong bones, strengthens the immune system, prevent gastrointestinal infections like diarrhea and other kinds of infections, and reduce the risk of your child getting diabetes, Crohn’s disease, and celiac disease. Because of this, breast milk can help vaccines react better compared to formula-fed babies.

Cheaper than store-bought formula

Since you would only need to invest in a high-quality breast pump, several feeding bottles, and a sterilizer, you won’t need to spend as much grocery money for your baby’s milk. Store-bought formulas have the tendency to be ridiculously expensive and you can spend from RM150 to RM400 per month. Imagine how much you’d be spending in a year for store-bough baby formulas alone. As long as you are capable of producing breast milk on the daily, the monthly cost for your child’s formula won’t even touch RM50 per month.

Lesser chance of getting cancer

When you breastfeed your child, whether directly from your breast or with the help of a breast pump, you’re decreasing your chance of contracting breast cancer. Not only you’re reducing the risk of cancer yourself you’re also doing so for your baby. Through breastfeeding, you’re decreasing the chance of them getting any types of childhood cancers.

Ways to Increase Breast Milk Production

Not sure how to increase breast milk production? Follow the easy and simple steps below.

  1. Nurse frequently throughout the day and in the night when your child is awake.
  2. Switch feed your baby by alternating between breasts. Always offer both breasts at each feeding session and observe your child’s feeding pattern.
  3. Try different positions when breastfeeding your baby. There’s the cradle, football, and side-lying positions.
  4. Consider using breast compression that can stimulate and continue milk flow.
  5. Drink plenty of water as dehydration can lead to low supply of breast milk.
  6. Eat oatmeal, nuts, carrots, ginger, fennel, and other foods that can increase milk supply.
  7. Get plenty of rest and sleep well because moms should always take care of themselves too. Contact your doctor or a lactation consultant if the problem persists.