I want to breast feed but don't know if it is going to be possible after my breast reduction.
If I am able to breast feed, I am only going to do it while I am at home with her and stop when I return to work. (I don't have an option to stop and pump at work)
So if I am at home and able to breast feed I would do it all natural.... right?
I am just at a loss if I spend the $100's of dollars in a pump that I may not be able to use or not use at all.
What is your advice?
Answer by AmiJanell at 11:12 PM on Jan. 2, 2009
Answer by babygirl821 at 10:54 PM on Jan. 2, 2009
Answer by HeatherLeigh at 10:55 PM on Jan. 2, 2009
My pump was well worth it. What I saved on formula more than made up for what I paid for the pump. I pumped after each feeding to get milk for during the day while I working. My son only had one formula bottle a day while after I stopped pumping at work.
My hand pump works great when I'm traveling, but the electric pump was much easier for me. If you don't use it much you can always resell it on EBay and make some of your money back.
Answer by MAUREEN55 at 11:14 PM on Jan. 2, 2009
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