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Breast Pumps For Rent

Due to the current lifestyle of modern breastfeeding mothers, most of them sooner or later end up needing breast pumps. There are so many breast pumps available now that it can get confusing. There are manual breast pumps and electric breast pumps, battery operated pumps and hospital grade pumps. So before choosing a breast pump, consult your lactation consultant regarding the choice you must make to cater to your needs.

Hospital Grade Breast Pumps For Rent

Initially, hospital-grade breast pumps are the better option for establishing a good quantity of milk supply. These pumps facilitate enhanced cycling, as well as suction. The hospitals provide these sturdy, mechanical breast pumps for rent, but only on the documentation of the concerned doctor. These pumps are suggested when it is not possible to breastfeed directly, during the early stages of the neonatal period due to different reasons like:

  • The mothers can still be under treatment due to postpartum complications that does not include direct breastfeeding.
  • Sometimes the baby can still be in the hospital, as a result of neonatal or congenital complications, even though the mother has been discharged.
  • On some occasions, over the counter breast pumps cannot cater to the mother’s requirements.
  • There can also be circumstances when the discharged baby may need to be hospitalized, which precludes regular nursing.
  • Another instance is when the mother receives therapy using pharmaceutical agents that can render the breast milk inappropriate for consumption by the baby, during the time of treatment.
  • The mothers of many NICU babies use these large and powerful hospital-grade breast pumps initially.

Backup Supply

After building up an excellent or decent amount of breast milk supply, to give the baby milk when you are not there you will need a breast pump to make provision for a backup supply. Consider the frequency and the time you will be away from the baby. Find out the different models available. Then decide which breast pump will meet your needs. You can either get breast pumps for rent or can purchase them. If you are not sure about which breast pump will work for you, first get a breast pump for rent. If it is ideal and you need it long term, buy that breast pump. If it is not what you need, you can again get other breast pumps for rent, until you get one that is most suitable. However, you need the prescription of the doctor to get the required breast pump for rent.

Breast Pumps For Rent Rates

After deciding which breast pump for rent has been proved most satisfactory to meet your needs, buy it if you have long-term use. Otherwise it will not be economically viable, as the rentals of breast pumps can be between $30-$60 in a month, while to buy a breast pump, you need $200. If you rent one of the top breast pumps, you will need to pay between $10-$15 for a single week. Besides, you have to buy a kit of personal accessories for $50. Furthermore, you need to pay a security deposit.

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