Medela Calma with Baby feeding Bottle 150ml

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    Product description

    Breast is best, but when Mum can’t breastfeed her baby because of work or social reasons, the Medela Calma provides the right feeding solution. Calma is the only scientifically based feeding device that helps to support the similar sucking behaviour of the baby at the breast. Calma requires a similar sucking behaviour to breastfeeding, with your baby using their tongue to create a vacuum. By encouraging a similar action, the teat makes it easier for babies to switch between breast and Calma. Your baby can retain the learned natural and healthy drinking behaviour, so they work to get the milk as they would at the breast

    Your baby controls the flow of milk and sucks, swallows and pauses like they do at the breast. They can simply switch from breast to Calma and more importantly back to breast again. One size is sufficient for the entire breastfeeding period just as in nature.

    The Medela Calma solitaire is easy to assemble and clean and can be used in conjunction with all Medela breast milk bottles (a 150ml bottle is included).

    Teat made from polypropylene and silicone. Bottle made from BPA-free materials

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    Medela Calma with Baby feeding Bottle 150ml


    3.86 out of 5 based on 7 user reviews Full Range

    £15.99 or 1,599 points


    The Medela Calma is an alternative to breastfeeding for mothers wanting to give their baby breast milk at work or in public. Calma lets your baby use the same sucking behaviour as they do at the breast. Comes with a BPA-free Medela 150ml bottle.

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