How to Choose a Pump & Accessories

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How often will you be pumping? Help me decide
  • I’ll be working or attending school full or part time.
  • I prefer pumping or otherwise plan to pump on a daily basis.
  • I’ll be breastfeeding most of the time but need pumped milk once in a while to run errands or enjoy an afternoon or night out.
  • I don’t plan to pump; I’ll always be able to breastfeed my baby.
Would you like to rent or buy a pump? Help me decide
  • I need a breast pump for medical reasons (e.g., premature baby, hospitalized baby, low milk supply)
  • I’m not sure if breastfeeding or pumping will work and I want to “try before I buy.”
  • I want to use the same pump I used in the hospital.
  • There are no medical issues requiring a hospital rental pump.
  • I want the greater portability of a purchased pump.
  • I have long-term breastmilk feeding goals and am comfortable with purchasing my own pump.
Which type of pump would you prefer? Help me decide
  • I want to save time by pumping both breasts at the same time.
  • I want everything I need to pump and store breastmilk in one convenient bag for ease and portability.
  • I have the extra time to pump just one side at a time.
  • I want to pump on one side while breastfeeding on the other.
  • I’ll only pump once in a while, and I don’t need to focus on other things while pumping. For these reasons, I want the most economical option.
What best describes you? Help me decide
  • I like to track my progress to be sure I am meeting my goals.
  • I need a pump that is quiet for discretion and comfort.
  • I’d like to be able to walk around while pumping, so I’d like something really lightweight that doesn’t have to be connected to a power cord (at my job, doing school work, working around the house, etc.).
  • I need to be able to pump anywhere and everywhere!
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