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    Default Where did you buy your breast pump from?

    Just wondering where people buy a breast pump from - online? I know they have them in chemists but there's only 1-2 brands usually (ie avent, tommee tipee).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    Just wondering where people buy a breast pump from - online? I know they have them in chemists but there's only 1-2 brands usually (ie avent, tommee tipee).

    Thanks!!
    Avent Manual and Medela something or rather second hand.

    Then i bought my BPA free avent manual from Big W

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    Got mine from babies n things mt gravatt. It's medela, but I now notice many chemists medela products.

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    My hospital gave it to me. Brand new medela one

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    Op it depends on what role you want the pump to do your needs will vary greatly depending on whether u just want to express for comfort , for the odd feed u won't be there fir hor you at expressing full time.

    Hand expressing takes a little while to get used to but I would recommend that everyone breatfeeding learns. There is nothing worse than having a baby who won't latch and your boobs are redy to burst!

    Have you thought about hiring a pump for a bit, you can usually do this through chemists?

    If u want to buy an electric one people speak highly of the Medea swing


    Im rambling a bit feel free to pm me or post in the thread if u need more info -good luck with your breatfeeding journey

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    I bought a Medea swing from okmart

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    Toys 'r us, on sale. I bought both the medela swing and avent Isis from there.

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    Medela Swing (it's fabulous) electric pump from Amazon.

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