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Breastfeeding supplementer

A breastfeeding supplementer, or supply line, allows a baby to receive extra milk at the breast and hence removes the need for supplementary feeding with a bottle. It consists of a container
that can be worn on a cord around the mother’s neck and fine tubing which carries expressed breastmilk or formula from the container to the nipple. When the infant sucks at the breast, milk is drawn through this tubing into their mouth, along with any milk from the breast.

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Fact Sheet_Breastfeeding Supplementer