(Closed) Ameda Purely Yours Ultra vs Hygeia Enjoye

posted 6 years ago in Babies
Post # 3
1471 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

@Cem0930:  I don’t know anything about these breast pumps (I use a hand pump and only pump once a day, mostly for comfort–I have tons of milk–and to donate, since DS doesn’t take a bottle and I work from home), but as a Public Service Announcement, make sure to research whether your insurance covers breast pumps. Most have to, although if you have Tricare or similar federal insurance, it doesn’t.

As for hands-free pumping, it depends on your work environment. If you have a private office, can shut the door, and can keep working, I could see the advantage of having a hands-free pump/bra, but if you have to go elsewhere, it may not help. On the other hand, you could use that time to read a book or something.

Post # 5
981 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@Cem0930:  I just started pumping at home this week, and I need to get a hands free bra ASAP. I can’t even adjust the knob that regulates how hard the pump works when I’m holding the two flange things to my boobs, and it would be nice to use my iPhone or something while I pump. 

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