Breast Pumps

The best of both

We know that mother's milk is the best source of nutrition for your baby, but you may not always be there to feed your child.

With PIGEON Breast Pump, maintaining successful breastfeeding would be a breeze as the breast pump allows mothers to release and store breast milk.

Total breastfeeding

Expressing milk while at work so that it may be given to your baby the next day.

Breastfeed your baby directly when you are with him / her.

Start introducing a bottle of expressed milk to your baby at about six weeks after birth, once breastfeeding has been properly established. Then gradually increase the number of expressed milk feeds about two weeks before you start work.

Dedicated to the Benefits of Breastmilk

How to select and use a Breast Pump?

Points of consideration for choosing a breast pump are as follows:

Select a breast pump that is the most suitable and comfortable for you. Always remember that a pump with a strong suction power does not mean that it is good for you. A baby exerts a pressure of 80 to 100mmHG. Ensure the sucking force by the pump is appropriate and no pain is felt in the mamary glands. Sucking is different from pulling and rhythmic suction is better than hard pumping. Breast pump with a pumping strength of above 200mmHG is not recommended for breast feeding mothers.

The following recommendations are helpful while expressing milk:

  • Warm the breast with a hot wet towel. Massage in circles from the outside of the breast to the inside, avoiding the nipple;
  • Express with a pump that has a comfortable and appropriate pressure;
  • Stop expressing when the breast is four-fifth emptied (NOTE: The breast cannot be emptied completely. Hence, do not express for longer than 20 minutes.)
  • Stop expressing when pain is felt in breast or nipple

Perfect Feeding Cycle

Express Milk - Using the PIGEON Breast Pump

  • Place Sealing Air Cushion TM to the breast
  • Pull the handle
Half Stroke Operation (Quick Tempo)
Pump faster with short strokes to imitate your baby's initial sucking motion to start lactation.


Full Stroke Operation (Slower Tempo)
When lactation or let down is felt, pump more slowly with long firm stroke to immitate your baby's regular sucking motion and express milk efficiently.


Store Milk - Using Nursing Bottle and Sealing Disk

  • To keep the breast milk fresh for future use:
    • Insert a sealing disk into the cap
    • Screw the cap tightly onto the nursing bottle
    • Store the bottle in the refrigerator.

Feed Your Baby - Using Peristaltic Nipple

  • How to use the Pigeon Peristaltic Nipple:
    • Replace the sealing disk with Peristaltic Nipple
    • Feed your baby


Cleaning Method for Manual Breast Pump

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