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    Mum breastfeeding a baby

    Breast Pumps

    Discover our range of breast pumps and accessories

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    Philips Avent

    #1 recommended Mother and Child Care brand¹

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    Natural Motion Technology

    Gentle suction and massage for fast milk flow

    Our breast pumps are designed to adapt to your nipple size for a comfortable fit, while the suction stimulates faster milk expression.

    Soft adaptive silicone cushion of the breast pump

    Soft adaptive silicone cushion

    The soft silicone cushion gently flexes and adapts to fit the size and shape of 99.98% of nipples.

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    Whisper-quiet motor keeps sessions relaxed

    Our pump's motor is practically silent in use, so you can express at home (or anywhere) discreetly, and with one less distraction.

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    ¹ Philips Avent is the number one recommended brand by Mums of Mother & Child Care products worldwide. Based on online market representative Mother & Child Care survey conducted by GemSeek Consulting Ltd. for Philips International BV among 16,230 respondents (women aged 20 to 45 years old in USA, Germany, France, UK, Russia, China, Italy, India, Indonesia, Canada, Netherlands Spain, Sweden and KSA), in 2021.
    ² Based on: (1)Mangel et al. Breastfeeding difficulties, breastfeeding duration, maternal body mass index, and breast anatomy: are they related?. Breastfeeding Medicine, 26 April 2019, (109 participants, Israel); (2)Ziemer et al. Skin changes and pain in the nipple during the 1st week of lactation. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing, May 1993, (20 participants (Caucasian), USA); (3)Ramsay et al. Anatomy of the lactating human breast redefined with ultrasound imaging, 2005, (28 participants, Australia).

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