Every woman has unique pumping needs based on her body and baby. Some women don’t need to pump, while others are pumping 3-5 times a day; and 5 days a week when they return to work. Not all pumps were designed to handle that amount of pumping.
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My son was born six years ago while I was working in NICU. I was unsuccessful with my breastfeeding goals, having lacked support and knowledge to help me succeed. This left me very frustrated, disappointed and sad.
I believe we have scared parents so much about co-sleeping that there is an alarming increase in the number of Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID), many of which are due to suffocation. Infant suffocations can happen when parents or childcare providers fall asleep while holding a baby on a couch or recliner and accidentally roll over onto the baby.
Medela…this year has begun the Medela Recycles program. Now mothers can donate their personal-use, electric Medela breast pumps and Medela will recycle them. Eligible breast pumps are sent to a processing center where they are broken down and most parts … Continued