(Closed) Pumping Mamas, what replacement pump parts to keep on hand?

posted 4 years ago in Babies
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

The only things I’ve read were that you need an extra set of parts (not sure on the Ameda but on the Medela that’s tubes, valves, membranes, shields, and connectors) if you don’t want to have to be washing parts all the time.  I have extra valves and membranes but that’s it.  I’m waiting to see how annoying it is to wash everything when I go back to work to buy more spare parts.  My hospital will give me a manual pump when I deliver so I plan on having that at home as a backup in case my electric pump breaks.  I found this link that goes over what parts you may want. http://cloudmom.com/pumping-breast-milk-essentials-guide-and-product-picks/

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