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    I'd love to review it but I'm not due for another 9 weeks

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    Would love to review!

    I am two weeks away from having my second baby and would love to try to breastfeed/pump again.

    First time around I had low supply and poor attachment from bubs, was barely able to pump so would like to see if an Avent pump would be a better match for me to pump and get better output

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    I am mummy to a beautiful 3 week old baby girl, and we are thoroughly enjoying my first sucessful breastfeeding journey

    i am also mummy to a lovely 6 year old girl whom i was unable to breastfeed, and as a result, i suffered years of guilt and PND over having to formula feed. When i gave birth to my second child, a gorgeous baby boy, my milk never came in at all and once again i mourned the lost opportunity to breastfeed.

    Our precious surprise bub that arrived in February, came after the worst pregnancy in which i suffered everything from gallstones to a heart attack. Then a very scary and traumatic emergency caesarean, she and i had a bumpy start, having to overcome the birth trauma, physical recovery, and trying to establish a bond. So it was no small mercy that this time, after so many years of disappointment and waiting, i finally get to enjoy the intimate motherly experience of breastfeeding!!!

    I have a very strong supply, and have had to express every night and each morning, as my little sweetie is already sleeping thru! I currently use a cheap manual pump and it takes a long time!

    I donate my oversupply EBM to a fellow mummy friend who has a low supply (she is very grateful for my assistance to feed her precious bub, and i feel blessed to be able to help!)

    I can put this review product to good use - in fact i am sure it will get quite a workout I can write a thorough review within the timeframe.

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    I sincerely would love to review a pump.

    After the worlds most horrendous pregnancy which resulted in being under 5 specialists for a myriad of complications resulting in the early delivery of bambino, I would love a pump to help build my supply as I'm desperate to exclusive breast feed amongst other reasons to have closure and something go right for me! I am so determined to breast feed as I was too sick to breast feed my first born.

    I currently use Avent bottles to top up my little one with EBM so reviewing a new breast pump would be well appreciated and compliment my Avent stash! I currently use a manual Avent pump so an upgrade would be well received.

    The review would easily be done within your timeframe.

    My address is correct :-)
    Last edited by Missbear; 18-03-2014 at 16:53.

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    I would love to review a pump, I'm a second time mum, but it's my first time breast feeding My DD2 is exclusively breast fed and is doing really well
    Our address and details are correct, I updated my profile.

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    Yes please!!! I'm a second time mum, first time breast feeder. I was unable to breastfeed my daughter due to medical problems and am determined to do extended breastfeeding with my 8 months old DS.
    Now that I'm at the solids stage and need to add milk to foods I'm having a lot of trouble hand expressing enough. This would make things SO much easier. Plus a night off once in awhile would be a bonus.
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    Yes please! I'm trying to express milk to mix with solids for my 6month old and really struggling to get any kind of let down with my manual pump as I stopped expressing when my bub was younger (she refused to take bottles). Im also trying to express enough to try and get her drinking some from her sippy cup as at the moment she is still bf every 3-4hrs and I have to be there and can't get anyone to help me with her feeding! Address is correct. I am a first time mum.
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    Would love to be included in this review. I am not a first time mum, but I am breastfeeding an 8 month old and meet all the other criteria. If you need more numbers to make up the number of reviewers, I hope I can be considered. Address is correct.
    • First-time, breastfeeding mum: YES - currently breastfeeding, although not first time mum.
    • Baby up to 18 months old: YES - Baby currently 8 months old.
    • Able to use this product for two weeks and write a review (at least 50 words long) by TUESDAY 22nd of April: YES
    • Member of our Reviewer Panel: YES
    • Reviewer Panel details up-to-date with current address: YES
    • Why we should select you: I am currently going back for further studies and would like to continue breastfeeding and providing breast milk for baby. I will need to pump milk in between classes and would need a good, compact and effective breast pump that is easy to carry around and simple to use. I am also keen to review the feature of the "unique, natural expressing position". I have very small breasts, so I always find I have lean forward or hunch over to ensure the milk flows properly through the pump into the bottle. It is very uncomfortable and not the ideal position to remain relaxed for effective pumping - so it will great to see how the Avent Comfort Single Electric Breast Pump can help overcome this issue.
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    I'm a first time mum to my 4 week old son and was determined to be a breast feeding mum. I have been successful so far, however, I am still very anxious about breast feeding in public, therefore, it is my preference to express and bottle feed whilst I'm out of my home.

    I currently own a Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Freedom manual breast pump, which I use regularly, however, I find expressing with it quite time consuming, a little painful and I find the pump quite flawed in its design.

    I'd really love to be considered for this pump as I feel it could speed up the time I take expressing and also make expressing a more comfortable and relaxing experience (it's quite hard work at the moment). I have several outings planned (i.e. weddings, concerts, etc) where I'll need to have a fairly big stash of expressed breast milk on hand so would be entirely grateful for this opportunity.

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    I am a first time mum with a 4.5 month old ds. I am exclusively fb as I have not been able to express. I would love to review this product. I am getting married on the 25th and would love to be able to use ebm not formula on the day.
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