What is the Cadillac of breast pumps? How do I pick? Do I pick the most expensive one?
Hospital grade pumps are more expensive and sometimes recommended for situations like EPing, getting supply up, or twins. My insurance didn't give me a choice but the ameda purely yours (a not particularly beloved non hospital grade pump) worked fine to get my supply up (power pumping works)! And using the right flange size, replacing membranes, etc. is at least as important as the make and model of the pump.
Post by ThankfulSnail on Jan 5, 2017 10:28:11 GMT -5
onesweetworld, I asked for recommendations from my BMB for DD when my BFF was ordering hers a month ago and most recommended the Medela Pump in Style Advanced. If my insurance will let me get a new one this time, that's what I'll be getting because they seem to have the most available parts since it's such a popular pump.
Post by ThankfulSnail on Jan 5, 2017 10:33:56 GMT -5
Hi all! I've been out on vacation for a while and was drowning when I came back to work, feel bad about being MIA! Went to the OB yesterday and everything looked good. They're going to have me call to schedule my appointments all the way through 36 weeks today, feels crazy!
Have any of you ladies not received your insurance cards yet? I don't have my new one yet and I had to go to the OB yesterday, I'm worried that I'll get denied since I changed my coverage a little bit for this year.
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