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Medela Calma Breastmilk Feeding Set, 5 Ounce

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5 Ounce
  • Great as a spare set or to replace your worn
  • Accessory bag keeps the kit clean and
  • Authentic Medela spare parts
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Medela Calma Breastmilk Feeding Set, 5 Ounce + Medela Calma Breastmilk Feeding Nipple + Medela Breastmilk Bottle Set, 8 Ounce, 3 Count
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Product Information

Size: 5 Ounce
Technical Details
Item Weight10.1 ounces
Product Dimensions6.3 x 4.6 x 2.5 inches
OriginMade in USA
UPC020451680217
Item model number68021
Safety warningPlastic bottles and component parts become brittle when frozen and may break when dropped. Also, bottles and component parts may become damaged if mishandled, e.g. dropped, over-tightened, or knocked over. Take appropriate care in handling bottles and components. Do not use the breast milk if bottles or components become damaged.
Target genderUnisex
Material TypeBPA Free
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB006T899QI
Best Sellers Rank #1,209 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

Size: 5 Ounce

Authentic Medela spare parts to refresh your pump in style advanced breast pump. Contains: 1 set of tubing, 2 24mm PersonalFit BreastShields, 2 PersonalFit connectors, 2 valves, 2 membranes, 1 drawstring storage bag, 8 disposable nursing pads. Authentic Medela spare parts are engineered, tested and approved to work specifically with your Medela breast pump. Non Medela spare parts can vary significantly in design, materials, and workmanship; all of which may affect the performance of your Medela breast pump. Made without BPA safe for mom and baby. All Medela breast milk bottles and products that come in contact with breast milk are and always have been made without BPA. 


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Customer Reviews

My exclusively breastfed baby wouldn't take this bottle, and I can't say I blame her.
Christina
He took a bottle right away but when ever we tried this he cried, got really messy, kept couching up.
jamieariela
Because baby has to suck to milk out, you cannot even get a drop out to tempt them into sucking.
landgyrl

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256 of 269 people found the following review helpful By DL on February 9, 2012
Size Name: 5 Ounce Verified Purchase
Our new baby was a few days old when the lactation nurse at the hospital declared she wasn't gaining enough weight and handed us a few bottles of formula and hospital nipples to supplement. Two feedings later, baby started chewing on mom's nipples! My wife and I were frantic! Not only did all of baby's hard-earned latching technique go out the window, but we were faced with a catch-22, stop supplementing and the baby starves, keep going and screw-up her breast feeding even more.

We tried raiding the local Babies R Us for breast feeding nipples. None really helped, we tried cup feeding but baby spilled more than she ate. A follow-up consultation taught us finger feeding (taping a feeding tube and syringe to your finger and squirting formula into her mouth as she sucked on it). That got her breast feeding under control, but it took 15 minutes to supplement 1/2 oz of milk / formula. Thanks to a breast infection (mastitis), we were down to one feeding breast and combined with the need to pump 3-4 syringes of milk / formula, we were back to searching for a better breast feeding alternative.

We stumbled onto the Calma and were desperate enough to cough-up the $24 to try it. When we introduced the Calma, baby chewed on it for a moment... no milk! Then she started sucking and bingo! She was feeding in about a minute. A few more tense feedings went by and she didn't relapse into chewing on mom's last working breast so I guess it worked!

I think the Dyson analogy is a good fit for this product. It is relatively expensive and not everybody agrees with it. But it is clear that real research and engineering went into this product. We like the fact that baby needs to use the breast feeding sucking technique to extract her meal.
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84 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 9, 2012
Size Name: 5 Ounce Verified Purchase
We just had a baby who weighed in at 7 pounds 7 ounces at birth with apgar scores of 9 and 9. Everything seemed to be going well until we noticed he wasn't breastfeeding for long periods. He'd latch, feed for 5-7 minutes and then fall asleep. The hospital lactation consultant showed us a few different positions and techniques. No luck. We looked at videos and articles online. No luck. We spoke with the hospital nursing/ob staff and our pediatrician. We were advised to keep trying and to stimulate him by blowing on his head, rubbing him a bit or even dabbing him with a wet cloth. No luck. We were advised to try new positions and work on his latch. I was convinced the issue wasn't a poor latch or inadequate supply; I thought he was just literally becoming so comfortable that he'd fall asleep. By Day 4 his weight had dropped to 6 pounds 10 ounces - within the normal 10% range but pretty fast. My wife was extremely concerned.

So on Day 4 we paid for a (very expensive) home visit by a lactation consultant.

After the usual "Oh it must just be a latch or a poor position" song-and-dance she realized there was a problem. She switched us to a pump and brought out the Calma. It was apparent from the clever design that baby would have to really work to get the supply - something that would help with nipple confusion. We started him up on it.

Within 3 days he was almost back to birth weight. At 2 weeks he was almost a pound over birth weight. He continues to gain weight and feed regularly. He still falls asleep after 10 minutes breastfeeding but we've had no trouble switching between the Calma and breastfeeding. Using the Calma has the added benefit of allowing us to take turns feeding him, reducing the strain on my wife and allowing me to feel like I'm helping.
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71 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Utter on March 6, 2012
Size Name: 5 Ounce
I wanted to like the calma, I really did! It was clear that a lot of thought and effort went into the design, and everything about it makes sense. When I was putting it together and washing it, I was impressed at how much effort did need to be put in to get fluid out. I thought it would be a great for my boy, who I thought was having trouble getting lots of milk directly from me but needed to be used to bottles for going to daycare (and for when dad watches him). Unfortunately it didn't work for us very well at all - I've given it three tries now, and each time he seems to get far too much milk too fast, and ends up spluttering and fighting the nipple. I thought a few attempts were worthwhile and he would learn to manage it a bit, but it's not really worth the fight, and he's learned to use regular slow-flow nipples just fine (and so far this doesn't seem to have affected his BFing). With persistence he might be able to learn how to control the flow better, but I'm not sure I have the energy :)

On the plus side, these things are definitely a smart design and I imagine for some babies they probably work very well. Everything seems to be high quality, and the ease of the whole system (that the calma fits the same collection bottles you've been using, etc) is great. On the flip side, there are several pieces here and it is a bit tedious/annoying to clean - when you're also cleaning pump parts, bottles, and everything else under the sun, the simpler something is to clean the better.

But if your baby drinks very well, and especially if he's started using regular nipples with no problems (is not gagging or having any trouble with them, and still comes back to BFing with no problems), it probably isn't worth the price tag.
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