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Breast Pump Rental

FAQ's

What are breast pumps?

 

A breast pump is a machine that is used to remove milk from the breasts.  Many are able to hand express breastmilk, but may find that using a pump is quicker and easier.  A double pump can remove milk from both breasts at the same time. A single pump only removes milk from one breast at a time.

What is included with the rental?

 

For hygienic reasons, the rental is for the machine only and each user must already own or purchase a pumping kit at time of rental. The accessory kits include a flexible membrane which prevents milk from getting to the motor, allowing these pumps to be used by multiple users safely.

I received a breast pump kit at the hospital, can I use this with the rental breast pump?

Yes, these parts can be used with any Medela Pump.

 

Should I rent or buy a breast pump?

Whether to rent or purchase a breast pump depends on many different factors. If you are planning on pumping for a short period of time, such as 1 - 6 months, it may be more economical to rent a breast pump. Another factor to consider is how often you will be pumping. If you have a baby who is unable to nurse, you will be pumping 8 - 10 times per day in the early months. A hospital grade breast pump is recommended to establish and maintain a healthy milk supply for those who are exclusively pumping. If you don't have insurance and cant afford to purchase you may opt to rent a pump instead.

How long can I rent the pump for?

All rentals are month to month and you can rent for as long as you want/need to! (three month minimum)

Is it safe to rent a breast pump?

Our pumps are thoroughly sanitized between every rental. We never rent accessories like flanges, tubes or bottles to avoid any exposure to bodily fluids. 

 

Where can I purchase pump accessories?

Spectra accessories can be purchased here

Medela accessories can be purchased here.

Do you ship to other states?

No. We currently do not ship to other states although, we do offer pick up services for Mississippi and Arkansas.

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