BabyOno Naturel Breast Pump

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is it possible to use a second hand breast pump? Verified
If it is possible to sanitize the parts which the milk travels through, for example by boiling them, then it is safe to use a second hand breast pump. In any other case it is not hygienic and not advisable.

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How long can I store breast milk? Verified
This depends on where you store it. At room temperature it will last 5-10 hours. In the refrigerator the milk can be kept fresh for up to 5 days or up 3 months in the freezer. I a deep freezer the breast milk will stay fresh for 3-6 months. After warming the milk it can be used for up to 1 hour. If the milk smells sour it is probably best not to use it.

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What is the difference between a breast pump with an open and closed system? Verified
With breast pumps with a closed system, the milk does not come into contact with the mechanism and flows directly into the reservoir. With an open system the milk flows through the breast pump and then into the reservoir. Therefore a closed system is more hygienic and requires less cleaning.

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