i'm in NY and got the medela pump in style advanced on the go...i've tried it twice now (for like 10 min to try to get contractions going) and it seems to work pretty well. very easy to figure out plus you can control the pressure. it got really good reviews.
wow thank you so much for the suggestions, it is good to know a couple to choose from. it is hard when there are so many out there. to just eliminate but one is a hard task in the breast pump department.
so a double eletric seems like a good investment, specially since i want to be able to do things without worrying that my baby won't have food. also my oh really wants to be part of the feeding process so i guess this is a great way by still giving her breast milk.
medela seems like a very common and great brand i suppose then......
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