Hi everyone. Last pregnancy, I had a very hard time breastfeeding and eventually gave up at 2 months. Looking back, I realize a lot had to do with the pump I was provided, Ameda Purely Yours, through my insurance. I'm trying to be proactive this time around and want a Medela Pump in Style, but unfortunately, I would have to buy it out of pocket. Any recommendations for cheaper ways to purchase good pumps?
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I have the Spectra s2 and I love it! It is hospital grade and a closed system. It is on groupon now for $220. This includes a tote, cooler bag, and ice pack.
I would really recommend it!!