Premium glass bottles

The new wideneck-glass bottles are made of high quality, lightweight and heat resistant borosilicate glass.

bibi® wide-neck bottles made of glass

The new bibi® wide-neck bottles combine the highest quality with innovation and best usability.

 

For more information on the World Health Organization’s recommendation on breastfeeding duration visit www.medela.com/who

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1 Protective Cap

  • Leak proof cap
  • Easily readable scale
  • Easy to open due to opening latch on side

 

2 Screw-on-Ring

  • Easy to screw on with only ¼ turn

 

3 Natural Teat

  • SensoPearls® can support the natural sucking reflex
  • Soft & flexible teat with wide lip support
  • Anti-colic valve for a consistent flow rate
  • Easily readable teat size (1/2/3)
  • Teat availability in duo packaging:
    ‣ 3 sizes: 0+m/3+m/6+m
    ‣ Same teat for wide-neck PP & wide-neck glass bottle

 

4 Glass Bottle

  • Made of high quality, lightweight & heat resistant borosilicate glass
  • Odourless
  • Very durable and transparent
  • Wide opening for easy filling and cleaning
  • Easily readable scale (ml and oz.)
  • Wide base for great stability

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Glass bottles

bibi® wide-neck teat Natural

bibi PP Teat Natural

NATURAL

Soft, flexible, elastic teat with large lip
rest for ultimate sucking comfort.
Available in 4 different sizes with
individual flow rates.

For more information on the World Health Organization’s recommendation on breastfeeding duration visit www.medela.com/who

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from the 1st day

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M
from the 2nd month
with higher flow rate

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L
from the 6th month
for thicker liquids and porridge

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WHO recommends mothers worldwide to exclusively breastfeed infants for the child’s first six months to achieve optimal growth, development and health. Thereafter, they should be given appropriate complementary foods and continue breastfeeding up to the age of two years or beyond.

Formula milk in addition to breastfeeding is not recommended. Your breasts need to have frequent stimulation through breastfeeding in order for you to make a good milk supply both for now and the future. If you want to introduce bottle feeds, it is recommended to wait until your milk supply is well established and breastfeeding is going well. Introducing formula bottle feeds leaves babies full and not wanting to feed as frequently at the breast. This, in turn, reduces the breast’s ability to make enough milk. Formula milk should only be used if it is medically needed and these reasons would be discussed by your health care provider.

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