Medela In Style all the way. Worth the price. I had all kinds of issues with breastfeeding and even rented a hospital grade pump but I found the Medela worked just as well, if not better, than the hospital pump (and less parts to clean!) Even though I was never able to BF exclusively, I used the pump for about 5 months to supplement as much as possible (pumping around six times a day) and found it to be a very good system. It is true that moisture can get into the tubing. Once I started to see this happening a little, I just made sure to let the pump run a little longer after I was done to dry any moisture out.
For anyone who has horizon, call them n get a list of participating providers. Breast pumps are now covered 100% due to health care reform. But only with theist they cive u. Everyone else should do this with their insurance company. It's no longer medical necessary :)
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