Popular Breast Pumps & Features

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It’s great to set feeding goals.

The benefits of breast milk for a baby’s short and long-term health are undeniable. Although many moms successfully nurse their children right from birth, countless moms struggle. Many give up nursing before hitting the 12-month goal.

In fact, in 2011, 79% of American newborn infants started to breastfeed. Of these same infants, 49% were breastfeeding at 6 months and only 27% at 12 months.

Whether you plan to pump exclusively or supplementally (or even if pumping is not a part of your initial plan) this tool is invaluable.

To help you decide which pump is best for your feeding goals, here is a quick overview of today’s popular breast pumps and their standout features.

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