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4194487 tn?1370046144

Manual or electric breast pump?

What do you recommend? Lots of comments please !!:) ftm!
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Electric hands down! Easier, faster, convenient, etc. I got a medella double electric pump which is hospital grade pump for free with my medical. Most medical insurances have to provide you some sort of help with breast pumps in most states
4562329 tn?1363818660
Electric pumps are better i used both with my first. The electric was just alittle faster than me pumping but the manual had alittle smoother flow.
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The manual one is so slow and your hand gets tired.
I don't have an electric one but I think I'm getting one
3197728 tn?1377277900
I have a manual! I dont want a machine hooked up to my boobs!
4484425 tn?1384228334
I highly recommend an electric pump. They are much faster and more efficient. Medela and Ameda are both great brands.
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Def electric!
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Electric!!!! Omg the manual ones are a pain!
2020005 tn?1476658962
def. electric, you'll see when you have a baby you need it done fast, and manuals just take too long haha
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I agree, electric is so much more convienent. I reccommend a double too bc while pumping one, the other tends to leak and you lose milk that way...plus you end up covered in milk...gross. lol my electric just broke so I'm back to manual :(
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I bought a manual  I'll only be using it like once a day. I found out that medical  insurance in Canada doesn't cover pumps I was so bummed
4774515 tn?1359650004
I bought the medela double electric bc I heard great things about it. Plus I will have a 22 month old when I have this baby and I won't have time to sit and manually pump :)
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