You are here: Home > Message Boards > Parents of Babies >  Breastfeeding >Medela Breast pump - Bangalore
 
Breastfeeding:Medela Breast pump - Bangalore
2007-09-10
Name: Manju Hi Friends,

Does anyone know from where can I buy a Medela Breast pump in Bangalore?.

Thanks

Manju
Subscribe to this conversation Reply Anonymously

 

2012-08-22
#1
Anonymous Name: hey
Subject:  Breast pump
The more you pump, the more milk you will produce, especially if you are using high quality pump.If you are working full time, try to pump for 15 minutes every few hours during the workday. If you can, pump both breasts simultaneously. A double breast pump helps stimulate milk production while reducing pumping time by half.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2011-09-26
#2
Anonymous Name: ommuthu
Subject:  hi sis
dear sis,
u could buy in mothercare shop. bec these r best.

takecare
regards
ommuthu
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2009-05-18
#3
Anonymous Name: reesechristi
Subject:  medela style
Hi,
Manju I think its better to have a electric breast pump. Manual is just waste of time and you need to spend more time on it.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-07-01
#4
Name: dalewhither
Subject:  Breast pumps
There are certain features that will help make milk expression more comfortable and efficient. The more features a pump has, the more the price will be. Some pumps express milk from only one breast while double pumps will extract milk from both breasts at a time there by reduces the time for pumping.
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-06-23
#5
Name: reesechristi
Subject:  Breast pumps
The Avent breast pumps are lightweight and easy to use at home or office. The Avent breast pump is small enough to fit in a purse and easy to clean. Since it´ s manual, you don´ t have to worry about being near an outlet in order to pump.
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2009-02-17
#6
Anonymous Name: Anu
Subject:  MotherCare
Its available for Rs 4000/= ( battery operated ) at Mothercare in shoppers stop at Banergetta Road and Indiranagar ( Icon Mall ).
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-06-25
#7
Name: henrybarter
Subject:  Breast pumps
I had been using the Medela breast pumps for the past 6 months. I am comfortable using the Medela breast pump. We can directly pump into the bottles and store the milk and use it whenever needed. The entire kit fits in a bag which is easy to carry.
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2008-01-22
#8
Anonymous Name: Keshni
Subject:  manual/electric
hi, i have the Medela swing. The cost is higher than the medela electric, but well worth it especially if you intend to express all feeds. In South Africa the electric costs about R800 and the swing about R1500 (i.e. South African Rands)
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-07-03
#9
Name: rachelphelp
Subject:  Breast pumps
The Medela electric breast pumps are really good. I am using the Medela breast pump. As a working women I feel it more comfortable device for pumping milk there by saving time.
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-06-12
#10
Name: henrybarter
Subject:  Breast pumps
I use a Medela Pump In Style advanced version with backpack. The good thing about the Pump In Style model is that it can pump two breasts at one time. I find it more comfortable than other brands of breast pumps like ameda breast pump and philips breast pumps.
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-09-12
#11
Anonymous Name: Archi
Subject:  Hi
Manju!

I have medela breast pump got it from the pharmacy in cradle jaynagar.

Archi
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-06-22
#12
Name: dalewhither
Subject:  Breast pumps
If you are committed to breast feeding your baby or expressing breast milk for your baby you should choose the right breast pumps. There are many breast pumps available in market like Ameda, Medela and Avent. These pumps are available in both manual and electric modes.
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-06-11
#13
Name: mandydustin
Subject:  Breast pumps
I am planning to have a breast pump for my 1 daughter. She is 7 months now. Can you tell me the shop where I can get one in Hyderabad
Msg Objection   Go to Top
 

2007-09-12
#14
Anonymous Name: new mom
Subject:  Hi Manju!
Hi Manju,
I' ve seen a Breast Pump at a shop called ' Just Born' on Miller' s Road. This place is just behind Chandrika Hotel @ Cunningham Road. but not sure if its the same brand you are looking for.
Hope this helps.
Take care.
Reply to Original MessageReply to Original Message   Reply to Original Message Reply to This Message   Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2012-06-14
#15
Name: megha
Subject:  Breast Pump
Hi,

i am planing to buy breast pump but i hav actually never tried it and have only read about it...so i m curious to know is it safe to use, for how long can i use it and as my breast size has grown in size and i really want my previous size back so will it help me out and for how long can i store milk as i m working mom..........pls help me out with it
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-12-21
#16
Name: Maya
Subject:  Enquiy about price
Hi...
I saw ur posting in india parenting..can u tell me shops frm where i can get breastpump in cheaper rate...Wot will be the price for a manual one??
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2009-07-02
#17
Name: reesechristi
Subject:  Breast pumps
The Breast pumps are available online also. You can order one now from internet and purchase online. The shipping will be free of cost. There are many websites which sell the breast pump products.
Msg Objection   Go to Top

 
2007-09-12
#18
Name: Manju
Subject:  Thanks Archi & new mom
Thanks Archi & new mom.

Archi, how much did u pay for it. Is it manual or the battery operated one?

Thanks

Manju
Msg Objection   Go to Top
Pages >>  1 

All tips on Parents of Babies
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Medela Breast pump - Bangalore


Subscribe to this conversation! All tips on Parents of Babies
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Medela Breast pump - Bangalore


Subscribe to this conversation! All tips on Parents of Babies
You ever wanted in one place.
No need to go anywhere else.
& Answers to Topic :
Medela Breast pump - Bangalore

Thanks for subscribing
You are already a member, please login to subscribe

------ OR ------

Expecting Parents
Parents of Babies
Last 7 Posts of this Board
Adult breastfeeding in mumbai/pune
hello lovely ladies out there.... if you are lactating, producing lot of milk, love breastfeeding and if you do not want to waste it, then i am here to help you get rid of excess milk. Also can help with low milk supply as continuous sucking can help increase the breast milk.

pure breastfeeding and nothing else. buzz me if interested. hitme0072003 at g male ... - Suraj [View Message]
RE:Breast feeding
you still lactacting meghana? and its perfectly ok...let him taste th emilk... - suraj [View Message]
RE:ADULT BREASTFEEDING
Would really like to experience ANR I'm a 22 year old Banglore guy. ... - Nikhil [View Message]
Adult Breastfeeding
My baby is 2 years 9 months and my wife's breastmilk supply is decreasing as expected. However I try to breastfeed from her every night but it does not seem to help. Besides, she has also started taking shatavari and milk (in addition to green vegetables and other food like sabudana etc.) but it does not increase supply very much (on pressing only a few drops are released)... - Prashant [View Message]
RE:Adult Breastfeeding
Yes you can do it. It will increase the flow... - Ramji [View Message]
RE:RE:I am breast milk donar in Bangalore!!
Y u need a donor... - Ramkumar [View Message]
RE:Breastfeeding
Yes absolutely. It's 100%true... - Ramkumar [View Message]