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    Question Breast Pumps?

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    Just curious what breast pump you ladies that breast feed have liked the most or recommed??



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    I have a Madela pump in Style. The big double one with the bag. I love it. It has lasted me 3 kids and I will be using it with the next as well (when I have another)


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    Since I don't pump a lot, just before going out and such, I have a single electric pump by First Years, MiPump. It was about $50 at the NEX and gets between 4-6 ounces out of each side.
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    Madela automatic backpack pump. It was my mothers when my brother was in NICU and she gave it to me. It's a very top of the line pump. I'm interested to see how it works when/if I have to pump.
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    I used a madela with my first and it was great. It was a hospital grade one that I rented from them.

    This time I bought a Avent electric pump one, I read some good reviews on it... but I haven't used it yet. I will let you know in a few weeks! I'm anxious to test it out!
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    I had a $70 pump. It worked fine, but I eventually wore it into the ground. I was pumping multiple times a day from the first time I let down. I would invest in a nice one.
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    I allways recommend any medela pump! They are great and if they happen to break the express ship you another one! (if you buy new and register it!)
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    I just got a simple Medela manual pump. I don't plan on doing lots of pumping. I just used it and it worked great! It's also quiet, so you can be discreet if needed.
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    I have the Medela Swing & really like it. It is one sided but that worked well for me for both kids. In fact when I first started pumping or if I needed to get a good supply in the fridge I would nurse on one side & pump on the other.
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    I rent a medela symphany.
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