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    Been trying to review a pram and a couple of other things..but I can't seem to stay logged in and I can't find where I can go for help?! Anyone else having troubles? Please send me to the right place
    try logging out of the forum, logging back in & then going straight to the reviews. Also works best from a PC rather than a phone. We are upgrading reviews tomorrow which we hope will fix this issue too - so if logging out doesn't work, try tomorrow as well (the reviews will look slightly different so you'll know that the upgrade is in place)

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    Pick me!!

    I have 3 week old twins so this pump would get a real workout!!
    Due to size/ time spent in SCN, they are bottle fed expressed milk, but even pumping 2-3 hourly, I am still having to substitute at least 1-2 feeds daily with formula as my supply/output is not enough to feed them both.
    I would love to try this pump to see if I can increase my supply to drop the formula or at very least cut down on my time spent expressing!!

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    Pick me please, my DS is 6 weeks and I spend two hours per day pumping to keep my supply. I am very familiar with pumping as I pumped for three months with my previous baby. I would love the chance to get to try out a hospital grade pump and would be interested to discover whether or not it would do a better job at increasing my supply.

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    Hi I would love to be considered for this trial even though im new, i have an 8 week old daughter which is my 3rd child, my other children only breastfed about 3mnths each and im determined to try to get her to feed longer, ive been told to express for the extra stimulation of milk but my manual pump is hopeless and my ive tried electric ones in the past but also no luck, a friend recomennded i try to hire or buy a hospital grade one just like what youre offering so ive been looking into them although theyre a little over my budget atm, so seeing this opportunity its like perfect timing
    So please consider me id love to be chosen
    THANKS!

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    Pick me ..... I have a 4 month old and familiar with expressing. Would love the chance to test this out.

    Sent from my LT15i

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    I would love the chance to do a review for this pump!
    I'm a new mum with a 5.5 week old baby, and have pumped almost everyday since he was born. I've tried out three different pumps already, one of which was a hospital grade pump, I think it would be great to try out a different brand.
    I would love to be able to get a good reserve of expressed milk for my son, so that I can breastfeed him for longer, and not have to worry about expressing when I return to work.
    Last edited by BeginnerMummy; 15-05-2012 at 19:39.

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    Pick me! My darling boy is 11 days old and we're ready to start expressing. I had an emergency c section so the milk has been slow to come in and I think expressing regularly will help me build up a better supply. This Spectra sounds perfect

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    Pick me my daughter is 14wks old I currently express using a tommee tippee electric and it is ok but it takes so long to get enough out and can only do one side at a time which is so time consuming. If I had a better one that could do both sides at once and more efficiently there are a lot of other things I could be doing with the time saved. Very interested in reviewing this product

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    PICK ME!

    I have recent experience with 'hospital grade' pumps after 2 stays in hospital in the last 3 weeks with a breast abcess. I am down to feeding off 1 breast after the other being operated on, I have a 3 1/2 month old boy and this would make things much easier for us.

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    I have an almost five month old baby girl who has refused the breast since birth... Insistent on ensuring she receives the nectar of the gods (IE: my breast milk!) I have been pumping consistently for the last five months. I pump on average 3-4 times a day just to make sure she has enough milk to last. I currently own two manual pumps and one electric pump, so I know specificly what I'm looking for when it comes to breast pumps. Now that I've returned to work, my pump needs have changed. The quieter the better! My current electric pump (though good) is quite noisy, and can be very embarrasing in an office full of men. I've had my electric pump for two months or so, and I already feel like it's reached it's limit.

    I know that if given the opportunity to review this breast pump, I would be able to provide a very knowledgeable review based on my current experience with pumping and be able to compare it against the other breast pump brands I have used.

    Poppy and I thank you for this opportunity! (Anything to make pumping milk easier!)


 

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