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Like PP said check with your insurance on the pump.
hands free pumping bra (medela makes one)
be prepared to need different size flanges (the funnels), but a LC can help you with that if you need it.
I liked the medela microwave steam sterilizer bags for my pump parts
DD liked the regular medela bottles/nipples which are WAY easier to clean than Dr. Browns.
DD's Food Allergies: Peanuts and Rice, Outgrown Dairy!
8/09 Dx PCOS & Hashimoto'sBFP #2 12/13/11. Missed M/C at 11w5d, measured 8w6d. D&C 2/1/12 Never in my arms, but always in my heart.
*~*~*Alexis Is 11 years old!*~*~*
While I was in the hospital, the medium size that the pump comes with was fine. After a few weeks of pumping, I started to need the large size. The pump kind of makes you swell up after use.
Tommy Tippie has these cleansing wipes that come in a green package. You can use them for cleaning off pacifiers and breast pump supplies. I used these at work after pumping.
I also bought an extra ice pack for the pump because after 8 hours of overnight use, I needed one for use at work. I bought a handsfree bra from amazon because it was cheaper. After a week, I bought another because they can get pretty messy from the lanolin, so you wash them often.