Medela Contact Nipple Shields

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91% of 11 reviewers recommend this product, with an average user rating of 4/5 stars

Medela Contact Nipple Shields offer a durable, comfortable and convenient way to make breastfeeding easier. These Medela nipple shields are designed to help mums breastfeed babies with latch-on difficulties by providing a larger, firmer target for latching. They can also be used to help mums with flat, inverted or sore nipples or an overactive let-down to breastfeed. The Contact Nipple Shields are specially designed and constructed to provide closer contact for your baby.

  • Sizes: Small (16mm), Medium (20mm), Large (24mm)
  • Pack includes: 2 x Nipple shields and a hard case
91%

91% of 11 reviewers

recommend this product

with an average user

4/5 stars

Most Helpful Review
These nipple shields were a life saver when my daughter was learning how to breastfeed. I allowed me comfort and her to be able to continue to be breastfed until she was latching correctly and feeding well. The were easy to use.
These nipple shields were a life saver when my daughter was learning how to breastfeed. I allowed me comfort and her to be able to continue to be breastfed until she was latching correctly and feeding well. The were easy to use.
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Most Helpful Review
These nipple shields were a life saver when my daughter was learning how to breastfeed. I allowed me comfort and her to be able to continue to be breastfed until she was latching correctly and feeding well. The were easy to use.
These nipple shields were a life saver when my daughter was learning how to breastfeed. I allowed me comfort and her to be able to continue to be breastfed until she was latching correctly and feeding well. The were easy to use.

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