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Medela Nursing Stool

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SKU# 61082

List Price: $34.95

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Quick Overview

Take a rest! You deserve it.  This handy lightweight Medela Nursing Stool (SKU# 651850) makes comfortable breastfeeding possible by relieving stress on your achy body parts. Elevate your lap, while keeping baby comfy during breast or bottle feeding. This Medela stool can also help to ease pain after an episiotomy or caesarean.

Product Description

This little foot stool does quite a bit of good.  The Medela Nursing Stool positions your feet perfectly, so your little one can feed comfortably.  Poor positioning during feeding can mean the difference between a joyous time with your baby and a time filled with aches and pains. Luckily, the ergonomic tilt of this nursing stool helps alleviate the stress on your back, shoulders, arms, and neck while breastfeeding.

This attractive addition to your home is recommended by obstetricians and gynecologists for prenatal use as well, mostly during your last trimester. The orthopedic design allows you to elevate your feet, legs and lap to help prevent aches and pains associated with the typical stiff necks and sore shoulders of an expectant mom. Constructed of fine-crafted wood in a natural oak finish, this nursing stool by Medela blends attractively with most décor. It also doubles as a useful general stool for the home when it is no longer needed for feeding.

Product Benefits:
Improves moms' breastfeeding position
Relieves eliminate stress on legs, back, shoulders and arms
High-quality construction  with finely crafted wood
Easy to move around – only weighs six pounds

Additional Information

Weight (pounds) 5.7000
Manufacturer Medela

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