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Philips AVENT Twin Pack Nipplette

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  • Non-surgical - uses gentle suction
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Philips Avent Bottle Feeding Essentials

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Philips AVENT Twin Pack Nipplette + Medela SoftShells for Inverted Nipples + Lansinoh HPA Lanolin for Breastfeeding Mothers, 40 Grams
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Technical Details
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions7 x 6 x 3 inches
OriginUnited Kingdom
UPC884548221338 885207305901 761269002722
Item model numberSCF152/02
Material TypeBPA Free
Number of items1
StyleNiplette Twin Pack
Best usesInverted nipples or flat nipples - breastfeeding mothers
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB001JHSTS8
Best Sellers Rank #2,340 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Philips Avent provides a simple solution for inverted nipples which is effective and easy to use. Flat or inverted nipples can be a potential problem for women wishing to breastfeed. Through gentle suction the Niplette pulls the nipple out into a small plastic thimble-like cup. Clinically provenThe Niplette: an instrument for the non-surgical correction of inverted nipples DD McGeorge FRCS (Plast). British Journal of Plastic Surgery, December 1993. Non-surgical – uses gentle suctionIn a matter of weeks of continued wear, the nipple will stay permanently erect. Ideally use before becoming pregnant. However, you can also use in the first six months of pregnancy to achieve permanent correction. Any nipple inversion which is not congenital but has occurred recently should be immediately checked by a doctor before the Niplette is used. Use is not recommended in the last trimester of pregnancy.

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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Tracy on April 8, 2009
I found out about this product a few years ago by a plastic surgeon that I went to for a consultation about my invertated nipple. I was told by this surgeon to try the Niplette before I try any procedure because he had customers that found success with it. I left his office and kept the idea of the Niplette in the back of my mind. I didn't buy the Niplette right away because at the time, I was married and my husband didn't mind it. When I got divorced I made the decision to buy it and try it out. What a revalation! I wished that I had bought it the day I found out about it. It is so simple to use and I saw results after 3 days of using it. I am extremely pleased with this product and recommend it to anyone that has an inverted nipple. I had little to no discomfort. I used it at night and also when I went to work. The only thing that I would recommend is using a bra with a thicker pad to mask the bulge of the Niplette. This is a great product and it is definatly worth buying!!! 5 stars all the way.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By A on May 4, 2012
Hello Ladies,

Just like you I also have flat nipples. Little did I know that I had flat nipples. This information would have been useful when trying to breastfeed my baby. I could I lived without the agony of latching issues and sore nipples. Even though I don't breastfeed my child anymore, I still went ahead and bought these for both cosmetic reasons and my next child.

1. They do work. Even though I have only been wearing them for a week I have noticed a difference. Make sure to follow the directions!
2. In estimated time, I believe they will fix my problems. Have a realistic attitude and you won't be dissapointed.

A solution to keep them on longer. Here is what I did!

Instead of having the long tube face down towards my belly (like they show in the pictures) I turned the tube upward towards my face. Pull the suction and then put an band-aid on the tube to secure it so it won't move. The niplette stayed on longer. Granted you can only do this at home. The tube slightly sticks out the bra. I'm sure if you wear a full coverage bra, you won't notice it. Put a little vaseline on the nipple area to create a better vacuum. While I understand this is not the best suggestion....I hope it helps! Good Luck
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on August 2, 2014
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I was so excited to receive these. They did an amazing job initially. I felt sexy finally - like something I had hidden and been embarrassed about for such a long time was finally on the verge of being solved. However, after using them continually, I notice that the hole in the hard plastic had started to suck in a piece of my nipple each time I used them (resulting in ALOT of pain the following morning followed by several days of recouping) ... It got to the point where I could only remove air until right before the small hole - which wasn't nearly enough to make a difference in my nipple size...

After basically giving up hope of having this problem solved I remembered reading about another product that was meant to draw out inverted/flat nipples --- SuppleCups. I bought them a couple of weeks ago and I have used them every day. It is ONE PIECE (as opposed to three!), you don't have to carry a syringe around with you to put on or remove them. Simple, soft silicone, and it's definately doing the job without the pain! Oh. And for a much smaller cost. The only problem I have with these is that they are so promenient you have to wear them either at home or with a medela soft shell cover (that's what I've been doing --- since I have a stockpile of nipple correction devices laying around). Anyway. SuppleCups are amazing. Niplette, not so much.
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I would highly recommend this product to assist with breastfeeding. But you need to consider some things. Here is my story:

I have severly inverted nipples. I have tried this product in the past for cosmetic reason and it works.....temporarily. I used the product daily for many hours/day in the 20's for many months (I am now in my 30's). I would say that once you have stretched your nipple out after long term use (months if you have severely stubborn nipples like me) you don't have to wear it as long or often, but you will always need some occasional wears to get it to come out again. It is like fitness and exercise. You can work out and get very fit after many months. But, if you stop exercising, it will eventually stop working with time.

MORE BACKGROUND STORY TO KNOW HOW MUCH I STRUGGLED.
When I was 30, I had my first baby and had a really difficult time breastfeeding. Along with the inverted nipples, my daughter was separated from me in the Special Care Nursery for 1 week during the critical time for "skin to skin contact" to promote hormones for milk supply. The Special Care was great, but has a different focus, where they really push bottles if the baby is not latching well (due to my nipple problem). I was using nipple shields (which decrease you supply) and separated from my baby (which decreases supply). I was trying to get her to drink more sending pumped milk through a supplemental nursing system that shot milk into my nipple shield while she was nursing. It took about 5 people to get situated to nurse my baby! My supply only gave my baby 1/2 or less of her nutrition needs every day, so I needed formula, which further reduces supply.
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