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Medela polypropylene breastmilk bottles are made without BPA, designed to retain breast milk's beneficial properties. Compatible with all Medela breastpumps, so you can pump, store and feed with one container. Great for long term storage. Dishwasher safe. Measure the exact amount of milk you're pumping with the colorful ounce and millimeter markers. Screw on lids for leak proof storage, travel and freezing. Travel cap keeps nipple clean
|Compatible with all Medela breast pumps: Pump, store and feed with one container||Travel cap: Keeps nipple clean|
|Dishwasher safe: Cleaning couldn't be easier with our dishwasher safe bottles||Made without BPA: Safe plastic designed to retain breast milk's benefits|
|Easy to read volume marks: Measuring the exact amount of the milk you're pumping is easy with our colorful ounce and milliliter markers|
|3- 8oz breast milk bottles|
|3 - solid lids|
|3 - wide base medium-flow silicone nipples|
|3 - medium-flow silicone nipples|
|3 - travel caps|
|3 - collars|
How do I store my breast milk?
It is normal for pumped milk to vary in color and consistency depending on your diet. Stored milk will separate into layers and the cream will rise to the top. Gently swirl (don’t shake) the bottle to mix the milk layers.
Avoid adding freshly pumped milk to already cooled milk. You can add small amounts of cooled breast milk to the same refrigerated container throughout the day.
Pumped milk may be added to frozen milk provided it is first chilled and the quantity is less than what is frozen.
Store your milk in Medela’s BPA-free breast milk collection bottles or in storage bags specifically designed for breast milk, such as Medela’s Pump & Save™ bags.
Freeze milk in two (2) to four (4) ounce portions. Small amounts thaw more quickly. You will waste less milk this way. Be sure to leave some extra room at the top of the container so the bottle or bag will not overflow when freezing or thawing.
Seal containers tightly. Write the date on a piece of tape and place on the bag or bottle. Use the oldest milk first.
If you do not plan to use the milk within a few days, freeze it right away in the coldest section of your freezer.
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