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Breast Pump | Medela Harmony Manual Breast Pump | Lightweight and Discreet Hand Pumping
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- Medela Harmony breast pump is a manual breastpump and is ideal for infrequent pumping or as a back up breastpump The pump also comes with 1x Personal fit breast shield 1x breast milk bottle for collection 1x bottle stand.
- This Medela single breast pump is light and discreet the package has everything you need to start hand breast pumping
- Manual breast pumps are operated by hand and require no battery or mains so are perfect for on the go this also means that hand breast pumps are almost silent during use.
- Harmony manual breast pump uses 2 Phase expression technology to simulate natural baby sucking behaviour at the mother's breast one of the only manual breast pumps to offer this.
- Medela Harmony hand breast pump is easy to use and clean leaving you with more time to spend with baby.
- As the Harmony is so light and discreet it can easily fit into your handbag so you can take it almost anywhere and pump.
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Manual breast pump for on the go pumping with a breast pump Medela. The baby breast pump is used as a hand breastpump. Medela pumps can be used as a breastfeeding pump, a hand breastpump. Breast pumps are available as manual pump and electric breastpump. Breast pumps support your breastfeeding journey. A breast pump manual can be handy for occasional breast pumping. You can also purchase spare Medela valves and membranes. Medela breast pump, breast pumps.
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Medela Harmony Manual Breast Pump
Single manual breast pump is designed for mums who mostly breastfeed or want a portable backup pump
For mums who intend to breastfeed all the time, small manual breast pumps may seem unnecessary, but it is always good to have something lightweight and compact on hand. Most mums will run into situations where they need to express milk for their own comfort. This pump is especially recommended for mums who travel: for use either as a backup for a double electric pump or on its own if you are not a frequent pumper.
Medela Harmony is a manual pump so it does not require electricity or batteries for operation and is almost silent. Its smooth operation will pleasantly surprise you when you start pumping. This is a very lightweight pump that does not take up much room in a handbag.
Medela Harmony is one of the few manual pumps in the world featuring 2-Phase Expression technology. The breast pump simulates the natural baby sucking behaviour at the mother's breast.
Features and Benefits
- Features 2-Phase Expression technology
- Light and discreet
- Elegant design
- Comfortable to use
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This pump (although not electric) is so much better! Takes less time to get anything out and makes no noise! The pump is nice and light so doesn't ache your hand while pumping. The parts are easy to put together and easy to clean. Definitely reccommend.
I have purchased 2 of the manual medela breastpump and one electric swing medela pump. My first purchase was in 2014, before my delivery. I dint know whether I would really need it, but I wanted to keep everything handy so that have no difficulty in the last moment.
My first delivery was a surprise c section. There was a cord around my babies neck, so my pains dint start till 40 weeks. My doctor then said we will try for normal, as sometimes babies tend to slip down, I was first induced, the pains started and lasted for 5-6 hours,And then since the baby dint slip down and was in stress they went for a c section. I was in a very bad state with a lot of pain. My stitches were hurting real bad, and I couldn't move or get up without help. I was getting feed, but neither the baby knew how to latch and take the feed, and nor did I know how to feed the baby. There were nurses, doctors and a lactation consultant to help but were of no use. They used to try for 5 mins and then take away the baby and feed her formula. My breast were hard and full and were leaking milk, but was not able to feed, and since they were so hard, the nurses and my Lady relatives who were trying to help me said that my nipple was very big to feed the baby ... For the babies mouth. I later on came to know that the nurses were giving me satavarix powder to increase feed, but not feeding the baby thru my breast.
I was in a lot of pain, and very upset and depressed, that I was not able to feed my baby, and then on the second day my husband came to my rescue.
He remembered about the breast pump we had bought and thought of trying it. He read instructions online and saw some videos on how to use it. He then got the bottles and pump sterilized and we expressed some milk in the bottle. At the first go we were able to express 2 bottles. We then gave it to the nurse and asked her to feed only the expressed breast milk to the baby. We slowly kept messaging the breast at regular intervals and kept expressing the extra mill so that no lumps are formed.
We realised that our hands used to pain with the manual breast pump and it used to take a lot of time to collect the milk. As I was getting good feed, we thought of investing in the electric swing medela pump, which worked great. It was very convenient and I could collect 2 bottles in 5-10 mins.
We followed the Medela expressed milk storage guide to store the milk, which is as follow. Initially the baby needs milk every 2-3 hours... Breast milk is very light on stomach compared to formula.. so for 3 }months we used to express the milk and my husband used to feed her. When I slowly recovered, I started directly breastfeeding her and stopped using the bottle. I breast fed her for 2 years.
I purchased the third models manual pump after 5 years during my second baby.As it is recommended to use new one, and it had been Long that the previous one was kept. I attached the manual pump attachments to the the electric swing machine. The second baby was a planned c section. Within 3 days I was fine and not much in pain. My feed started on the second third day . Even after feeding my first one for 2 years I had problem feeding the second one for at least 8-10 days. I used to directly feed the baby and then my the nurses in the hospital used to give her expressed milk. After I came home I bottle fed her expressed breast milk.
Doctors strictly say no to bottle... And say feed with boondala and spoon... But trust me it is very risky to feed with the bundala and spoon also is crazy thing... I tried to feed thru spoon but gave up. Bottle feed never caused colic, I used anti colic bottle and I used to sterilise all equipments in avent steriliser.
I fed the second baby expressed milk thru bottle for 3 months and then switched to direct breastfeeding.
I would say with my experience that these breastpumps are a blessing for new moms. Initially the baby drinks alot of milk and breast milk is easy to digest, so in that case mothers have to feed the baby every hour. The baby is also very week, and is not able to suck much so gets tired taking little milk and sleeps with half empty stomach and then in another hour gets up.
So the new mom the whole night and day keeps feeding the baby, and the baby's stomach also doesn't gets full and so doesn't sleep properly.
So at one time if u give 10 mins direct feed and then 30-60 ml expressed milk baby will sleep for 2-3 hrs and this will help gain weight.
With the help of models breast pump, my husband also felt that he equally contributed , as I used to express the milk and give him, he used to warm it and feed the baby, so I used to get a lot of rest. At night I used to express two bottles and give him, so first two months he used to get up and feed the baby the bottle as it would be really exhausting.
One more thing The expressed breastmilk shouldnt be directly warmed, it should be double boiled is; kept inside a vessel with warm water , or can even use bottle warmer. I used the event bottle warmer.
I clean it and just carry it everywhere. If I am not with my baby, i go to clean room even toilet, just sit down and pump. It is great to avoid engorgement. It is also so quiet that no one hear you pump. I am having a life now as it was difficult for me to just go out for more than 4 hours. I know now that my baby has a stock a breast milk at home.
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE MANUAL. those helped me a lot to adjust how I pump and everything.
Thank you meleda for this product!!! Life saver
What really irritated me is that Medela don’t offer any kind of warranty for manual pumps, so I’ve had no choice but to replace it. I’ve always been very careful to clean and use it only according to the instructions - I’m one of those people who always reads them! I’m switching to a different brand for my next pump.
It is very easy to carry in your handbag or nappy bag and you can easily rinse it out on the go if needs be. The bottle that come with it is very good quality and has very clear ml/oz markers and has a handy storage lid. Great that there is also the option of the personal fit shield so that you can get one to fit all breast sizes.
I have read that some people seem to have issues with the suction after time and I found that if the rubber seal is still wet after being cleaned or has not been fitted back on correctly the pump will not work. Reading the instructions is quite important for this product, they are very quick and simple so definitely worth reading to make best use of this pump.
I did buy a second one to try and do double pumping but its actually quite hard to do, so I just use one at a time now.
I use it during feeding on the non feeding side, and collected more milk than any other pump I've used before.
The suction was gentle but effective in triggering let down, I've collected double the milk compared to the tommee tippee pumps.
The pump action is very easy on the hands and didn't leave me sore after 10mins of pumping.
The flange was also amazing as it didn't leak or back flow, which means I wasn't wearing my milk after pumping. Although each person is different size so the flange may not fit everyone which would be the main cause of discomfort.
And because this is a breast pump, not a milk collector, it's designed for the milk to stay inside the bottle which means no accidental spillage because the baby kicked it or knocking it over.
Best of all, this pump requires no electricity to operate and is so light, so absolutely ideal for putting in the handbag if I need it while I was out.
All in all, this is the best pump I have ever used and I'm surprised it's not on every breastfeeding essentials list! If I had known and bought this earlier I wouldn't have spent so much time and money on the others that are simply sub par.
I suffered from terrible breast engorgement when my milk first came in.
It was a very painful situation and prevented baby from latching as nipples went even more flat than usual.
I had purchased this pump 'just in case' toward the end of pregnancy and
I was verrrrrry happy that I did!
It was the only thing that helped!
It relieved the engorgement (used alongside warm compress) and also helped to make my flat nipples more pronounced so that my little one latches better.
It gets the job done and is well made.
Simple to use with good 'user controlled' suction.
But...I would say intended for 'emergency' or occasional use.
If you plan to pump frequently the much more expensive choice of an electric pump would be more appropriate.