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Slide the tubing with the valve on top through the attachment ring. Push the valve in until it snaps into place. Fix the neck cord on the bottle: Pull the cord with its soft ending without the clip through the hole in the bottom of the bottle. Pull the ending with the metallic clip through the cord loop you created in the previous step.
Fill the bottle with the supplemental nutrition which you prepared and heated in a separate container. Screw the attachment ring with the valve and tubing onto the bottle. Squeeze the bottle gently, so that the milk flows through the tubing. Lock both parts of the tubing in the slits of the attachment ring. Place the SNS system around your neck with the tubing hanging down. Check that the bottle shoulder is at nipple level.
To raise the bottle, unlock the lock of the cord and move the entire lock downwards. To lower the bottle, move the unlocked lock upwards. When the bottle is in the right position, fix the lock.
Cut off a piece of tape of approx. Place the tube onto the breast such that it protrudes from the nipple by 1 cm. Repeat this step for the other tube and the other breast. Feeding Hold your baby close to your breast. To encourage your baby to open its mouth, tickle its lower lip with your nipple.
Wait until your baby opens its mouth wide, then put your baby onto your breast. Once you and your baby have found the right position, let your baby breastfeed.
When your baby starts suckling, release the tube from the slit in the attachment ring. The milk in the SNS bottle can now flow through the tube. If the milk does not flow well, also release the second tube.
Attach the tube with the opening upwards to your body, on a level with the bottle bottom. For one, nobody told me that once I had baby home, I should continue to pump even though Josiah seemed to be latching well at the breast. Hormonally, everything is whacked. Secondly, my son had a tongue-tie.
We had a frenectomy procedure but afterwards, he went on a nursing strike and refused to eat anything at all, whether from breast or bottle, for 24 hours. He continued not gaining weight despite my taking galactagogues, including prescription medication, a visit from a Lactation Consultant who assured me that we were doing everything right, and cranio-sacral therapy sessions and chiropractic adjustments to help his mild torticollis.
I started pumping again so Josiah could at least get supplemental breastmilk via a plastic fingertip syringe which was not fun, I was either nursing or pumping or finger-feeding him every moment of the day, it seemed. Researching for hours every day, I came across nothing that assured me that preemies can thrive on breastmilk alone. There were a few anecdotal experiences on message forums by individual women, but no medical studies or research.
In fact, I found the opposite: I screamed at my husband once. Finally, I gave up and compromised. I first used a starter Medela supplemental nurser. This only happened a couple of times with the Lact-Aid, and it was due to a very wiggly, grabby-hands baby, not a flaw of the system itself.
The Lact-Aid nursing system , was far easier to use, much less likely to leak, and much more discreet. I was able to use it while nursing in public and noone was ever the wiser. That would have been impossible with the Medela SNS. I think the thing that helped me make peace with giving my son supplemental formula was taking a long-range view. I wanted to breastfeed my son for years, not months, and if a little formula was going to help us get there, it was an acceptable compromise.
Still, I struggled emotionally. Giving a baby formula was something I had never done, and I had to rework my vocabulary around it. Learning to use the supplementer was easy, but overcoming the emotional hurdle was painful. I had to overcome the visceral feeling that I was somehow poisoning my son. Nothing about having a preemie is easy, but the pain, anxiety, guilt, grief and fear do slowly fade.
I retired my Lact-Aid supplementer permanently a few months ago. In fact I found it a couple of days ago in my refrigerator, empty and stuck to the bottom of a shelf.
I peeled it off and tossed it in the trash without fanfare. Nothing can ever be taken for granted.