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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 ›
It is important to note that you should not feed this milk to your baby without mixing it with pumped milk, as this milk is mostly foremilk (the less fatty, more watery, less nutritious milk), but it will do in a pinch and it is still breastmilk!
I read a review that stated this product was harmful to evening out milk production in the early stages of breastfeeding, but I found that it helped me manage my engorgement and nurse my baby more effectively, getting us off a nipple shield much more quickly than with baby #1. My breasts were simply too engorged and too large for my newborn's mouth, so I had to start on a nipple shield after a day or two. With baby #1, I would have to wake early and pump off for about 5 minutes to relieve engorgement for the first several weeks, which is a practice that can hinder milk production adjustment and create a vicious cycle of engorgement, but there was just no other way. With baby #2, after a couple of weeks the engorgement was only too bad on my higher-producing side, so I would nurse on my lower-producing side first in the morning (which is good to do anyway in order to level out a slower-producing side).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been able to collect an extra bottles worth of milk a day by using the milk-saver! It is a little bit bulky but certainly beats having a wet shirt or dealing with nursing... Read morePublished 7 hours ago by MamaP
Love this product! Collect half oz or an oz each time. Amazing!Published 15 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I had the issue of soaking myself on the side I wasn't nursing on, this was great. I was able to just pour into a bottle, easy and you don't notice it there, sometimes I would... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Elizabeth
Love this! It is easy to use and doesn't make a mess. I usually catch 1 1/2-2 1/2 oz each time I use it.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I had a lot of milk leak from my other breast while nursing and this helped so much! Instead of wasting milk in my breast pad I would collect so much in this cup and be able to... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Racquel Dunham
I am so glad my midwives introduced me to this, it's a mommy must have.Published 2 days ago by naenaeblue
This product is a really cool idea! Nursing mamas hate wasting ANY breastmilk! It works exactly as it is supposed to. Giving 4 stars because I was too lazy to use it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Shayla M