This is a sponsored post by the Breastfeeding Shop.
How to Decide What Breast Pump is The Best One For You And Your Baby
Did you know that for every birth event (pregnancy or adoption,) you can receive a $0 breast pump with the TRICARE benefit? This started in 2014 and is a benefit you should make sure you use. The Breastfeeding Shop is the perfect place to get that breast pump. They will be able to help you get what you want and fill out all the paperwork to receive your pump.
The Breastfeeding Shop has a nice selection of breast pumps. Each one is a little different and one might be better for you than another based on your own needs. But how do you decide which one is best?
Here is how you can decide which breast pump is best for you and your baby.
How often will you use the pump?
Think about how often you will be using your pump. If you work outside the home, you might need a pump to use throughout the workday. If you are a stay at home mom, you will be using your pump at different times. You will want to get a pump that can keep up with your daily needs, whatever they might be.
Will you travel with the pump?
Some breast pumps are easier to travel with than others. If you will be taking your pump places, to work or on vacation, for example, you will want one that is made for easier travel. Some pumps have a battery option and that would be a must if you will be needing to use the pump places that don’t have an outlet.
A car adapter option is ideal if you will be PCSing across the country or like to go on a lot of car trips. This will make pumping on the road a lot easier for you. You will be able to pump for your baby even when you are on the road.
What type of suction do you need?
Different moms will have different needs when it comes to how strong the suction is on their breast pumps. If you are unsure about what you need or know you want something stronger, going with a pump with stronger suction options is a good idea. That way, you will be able to pump what you need for your baby. All of the pumps you can get through The Breastfeeding Shop have customizable suction options so you can control how strong the pump works for you.
When you look at the different choices of breast pumps, you will find different features that may or may not be important to you. Features such as Bluetooth technology, a quieter pump, or being lightweight can help go into your decision for the right pump.
Please go to The Breastfeeding Shop and look at their comparison chart to decide which breast pump would be best for you. Once you decide, you can start the process of receiving your breast pump.
Have you received your no-cost breast pump yet?