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Milkies Milk-Saver Breast Milk Collector Storage BPA Free
- Allows you to save every drop of precious breast milk - none goes to waste!
- Tested to ensure zero chemical leaching - contains no BPA or phthalates
- Milk Saver was awarded the coveted National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval 2014 - considered a "must have" item by countless women
- Can be used with Milkies Nursing Blend supplement, designed to help increase breast milk quantity
- Slim and comfortable - convenient for use during breastfeeding and pumping
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Here are the pros -
1) It does what it says - catches milk without leaking (although it will spill if you lean forward)
2) Heavy duty - holds up to washing, repeated use
3) Easy to use- I was able to tuck it into my bra for hands-free use.
4) Ability to collect milk instead of have it wasted all over my shirt - I collected as much as 2-3 oz per feed during nightly feeds.
5) Easy to clean
Here are the cons -
1) Expensive - in retrospect, my over-supply got better after a after about 3 weeks and I feel I could have done without this for the price.
2) It encourages release of milk - Now that my over-supply issue is resolving, I now realize that keeping light pressure on the side opposite from that which I nurse prevents leakage of milk, even with let-down. However if I wear this device the nipple is exposed and more milk leaks out than would have done otherwise. It is my preference to prevent leakage altogether, as collecting milk with every feed from the opposite breast only leads to more issues with over-supply.
3) Collects mostly foremilk. My infant sufferd from foremilk/hindmilk imbalance.Read more ›
(The other way to prevent milk going to waste would be to pump from one side while baby is nursing the other, but I always find doing so a bit precarious if baby starts flailing around. The milk saver is secure even with the baby moving around.)
Tip: If you only remember to use it at a few feedings per day, make sure to use it at the feedings when you're most full - you get the most milk leakage from the non-nursing side that way. I get the most milk when I use it with morning feedings, a little less for afternoon feedings, and usually only a small amount (sometimes only a few drops) in the evening. I tend not to use the milk saver in the evening for this reason.
I haven't really had any of the (minor) problems with this device mentioned in other reviews. As to the spillage problem, perhaps others are collecting more milk than I am, and that's why they're having the problem with milk spilling out if they lean over, but it hasn't been an issue for me.Read more ›
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There are a few things I dislike, however.
*It is surprisingly large. I only use it at home when I am nursing. When I am out, I just use the nursing pads and don't cry over leaked milk.
*It takes some time to deal with the milk, cleanup, etc. Not a LOT of time, but you have to have a bottle or container of some sort (you can't mix warm milk with cold) to store your milk in, and then you have to pour it out of the Milk-Saver into the bottle, which is slightly awkward, and wash the milk-saver for the next use. Then at some point, you have to combine your collected milk to freeze (1/2 oz doesn't go very far.) And, I am not adept enough to do most of this one-handed.
*It leaks if you bend over too far. So sometimes I have spilled on myself just getting out of the chair. Take it out, set it in its stand, and then feel free to move around.
*It does seem just a tad overpriced.
Overall, I wish I had bought this product earlier. I didn't get it until my son was about 4 weeks old, and I know I leaked more before that. I would recommend it to breastfeeding friends.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am able to save 3/4 -2 ounces each feeding that would otherwise just leak into my shirt. This really adds up to stock my freezer without pumping!Published 5 hours ago by hikergirl18
I love my Milkies MIlk Saver. It is a great product and easy to use, I save almost an ounce of milk every time I nurse, with no work. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by April
Great product, am able to save enough for one extra feeding per day. Case broke within days of using though and without it hard to put the device down while burning baby etc before... Read morePublished 9 hours ago by KB2003
These are amazing. I wish i would have had them right off the bat because ive leaked quite a bit but i'm now 5 weeks postpartum and have collected about 2oz after only using the... Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Love it! So simple and such a great product. I wish i wouldve had it earlier in my pregnancy. Has helped me save a ton of milk for my little one. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Valerie Guardado
Not a fan. It's very large and awkward. I prefer my Haakaa and Medela breast shells for the job.Published 1 day ago by Malinda
As others have noted, it is fairly big, but it does work well. I don't get a ton each time, but it adds up over time. Glad it's not wasted.Published 2 days ago by Vaverchick
It's unbelievable to see how much milk actually gets wasted into breast pads! This product is great for nursing moms who are, for whatever reason, also trying to build up a freezer... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Candace Goldberg