May 13, 2021

2in1 Single Breast Pump Review by Jemma

MAM 2 in 1 Single Breast Pump

With my first daughter, I breastfed until she was 6 months old with no issues. I bought a top of the range pump and used it about 3 or 4 times, mainly because it was so confusing! When I found out I was pregnant with my second daughter, I knew I was going to breastfeed again. It was something I felt very strongly about, and I knew I didn’t have any difficulties before.

Baby Asleep in Baby Shair

The moment Bella was born, she took to breastfeeding brilliantly. By day 5 or 6, my nipples were chapped and bleeding. There was obviously something not quite right this time around, but with my oldest daughter still needing my attention, I didn’t really have time to figure out what that was.

I began to really dislike breastfeeding and it was really getting me down, so I decided to try the MAM 2 in 1 Single Breast Pump. It was so much easier than the previous one I had. Nothing confusing and it was really simple to put together and take apart for sterilising.

MAM Baby Breast Pump

During the day, I used the manual pump. That way, if either baby needed me, I could stop easily. In the evening or when both babies were asleep, I used the electric pump. The electric pump was so much better than the other I used previously. The suction was great and the funnel is incredibly soft.

“It made pumping less of a chore and more a part of life.”

I hadn’t taken into consideration that having a child and a baby would be a little more of a challenge! My first daughter was 15 months old when Bella was born and still very much needed her mum.

“This pump helped me to be the best mum I could be for both babies.”

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