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Breast Pumps? Brittany and Armajo Baby Due May 17 (girl); Gillette, Wyoming 21 posts
24th Jan '13

Hi there, I just kind of want to know what breast pumps are the best priced and if I really need all the add ons that they have advertised?
I think it would be handy to have because I'm more of a private person and don't really feel comfortable with just whipping out my boobies right in public. Things could go wrong in those kind of situations very fast.
I was looking at the Lansinoh Affinity double electric one and I'm wondering if that is a good one?

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44071 posts
24th Jan '13

Check with your insurance company. They very well may cover a really good Medela double electric for you.

GaJen Due February 1 (boy); 1 child; Georgia 16 posts
24th Jan '13

I have a Medella Single Manual Pump for on the go. Quite and easy to use. But some people don't like manual pumps. It's all your preference really.

Brittany and Armajo Baby Due May 17 (girl); Gillette, Wyoming 21 posts
24th Jan '13

Oh lol I never thought the insurance company might do that, thanks!!! I will definitely check!

Brittany and Armajo Baby Due May 17 (girl); Gillette, Wyoming 21 posts
24th Jan '13

I really don't know the difference I just want to be ontop of things before my little girl arrives. So is it the same do you think to use a manual one rather than an electric?

GaJen Due February 1 (boy); 1 child; Georgia 16 posts
24th Jan '13

I had an electric with my first and didn't really like it. I didn't think it felt "natural" but my sister-in-law swears by her electric...mostly because it was faster. Personally I like the manual and if your insurance doesn't cover it, they are less costly and have less parts to clean.

lolajessup 3 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44071 posts
24th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Brittany and Armajo Baby:</b>" I really don't know the difference I just want to be ontop of things before my little girl arrives. So is it the same do you think to use a manual one rather than an electric? "</blockquote>



It just depends on your preference. Some people like the simplicity of an electric while others like the control they have with a manual.

Brittany and Armajo Baby Due May 17 (girl); Gillette, Wyoming 21 posts
25th Jan '13

Good I'm glad I'm looking into all of the information on this early because being that this is my first I feel like I know what to do and then there's times where I'm like oh geeze what am I gonna dooo lol Thanks for the advice ladies!