- One (1) 23.8mm Bridge Unit
- One (1) Re-Usable Syringe
- One (1) 18" Extension Tube
- One (1) Box
- One (1) Instruction Pamphlet
The Bridge™ kit is the first easy-to-use, breastfeeding assistance system that helps babies latch to the breast and helps promote milk production.
- Features & Benefits
- Helps promote milk production
- Provide extra stimulation from your baby
- Helps with the latch
- Easy to use & clean
- Super thin medical grade silicone for improved sensation
- Precise fluid control
- Should be used within first 6 Months from shipment date
The bridge is quite helpful. Much easier than trying to stick a small tube into the baby’s mouth with a regular SNS system. Sometimes slowly pushing the syringe can feel tedious in the moment, but ultimately it is helpful to provide the baby just enough supplement and maximize the output from the breast. Highly recommended!
Bridge got my 3mo breastfeeding after a 2 week long nursing strike. Still using it to due to milk under underproduction. Only reason for 4 stars is that the shield silicone does not stay in place well during feeds and the edges peel up, at times occluding my baby’s nostrils. This then requires repositioning and baby gets frustrated. As a mom I love this produce and as a pediatrician I plan to recommend it to patients. However I am worried about the safety issue of the shield occluding infant breathing as it peels up. Do you have any advice or tricks as to how to keep it sealed on the breast during feeds? Thank you for such a fantastic product.
"Today I assisted a mother to breastfeed her baby for the first time in many many weeks.
Breastfeeding doesn’t always come easy to many families; sometimes there is an issue with the lactating (or lack of for a better word) parent and sometimes there is an issue physically in baby’s mouth.
This amazing contraption serves a purpose of protecting those precious nipples from further trauma, aids an infant to latch at the breast whilst receiving milk instantly, in turn stimulating the breasts to create human milk to feed the baby.... how clever is that!!!
Just one of the many tools I carry in my bag to a home visit
Breastfeeding doesn't always come easy to many families; sometimes there is an issue with the lactating (or lack of a better word)
Baby and I love the bridge! It's giving us a breastfeeding relationship we could not have had otherwise due to my insufficient glandular tissue. Question: if formula has been in the syringe, can it be saved for later? Would love to know, especially as baby is now on very excitement hypoallergenic formula. Thanks!
"Laally!!! Much easier than an sns but not sure how much of my milk he gets... Im an over producer so dont need supplementation but it did entice him to stay on the breast no screams for like 10 mins and 1.5 oz out of the syringe. Dont need the shield either but its a handy tool for keeping the tube in place and I can do it by myself with the sns I needed a third hand. We nursed after on each side for a little snack but he still wanted a bottle to sleep 😞 even tho I tried distraction, threw him in the ring sling, walked around... he still wanted the effing bottle. Success nonetheless.
Fast forward to next feeding...
I used what was left in the syringe and did a bait and switch took the shield out real quick... he totally emptied my right side and fell asleep and NO BOTTLE!! Now my left side is engorged and my haakaa was out of reach lol but I am so happy!!! Buy the laally!!"