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Why New Breast Pump Parts Matter
February 20, 2019

Why New Breast Pump Parts Matter

Congratulations, Mama! You’ve picked the perfect breast pump. Way to confidently tackle that important decision. Once you start using your pump, you will need to regularly replace certain parts to continue breastfeeding successfully. But it can get a little confusing. What parts do I need to replace? How often? So we’re here to introduce you to a program we call Resupply.

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5 Diaper Bag Essentials
November 14, 2016

5 Diaper Bag Essentials

Just about any mom can tell you that with their first baby they went a little overboard in the preparedness department. New moms have this idea in their head that no matter where they go they have to be prepared for ANYTHING.

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If you need assistance selecting the correct replacement part for your pump, be sure to reach out to our team — we are happy to help! For even more information on replacement supplies for your breast pump, be sure to head over to our blog to find the latest news on how to keep your pump working its best.

Listed below are a few pump parts that might need to be replaced if you are experiencing problems with your pump's suction, speed or efficiency.

Membranes and valves often need to be replaced when you are experiencing suction problems with your breast pump. Replacing a worn out membrane will make all the difference in your pumping experience, so be sure to check these parts frequently to ensure they are functioning and in good condition.

A backflow protector is another part that often needs to be replaced. The backflow protector prevents milk from entering the breast pump motor or tubing to ensure a sanitary milk supply. The protector literally creates a physical barrier between your breast milk and the pump motor.

If your breast pump tubing has a puncture of any sort, be sure to order a replacement set of tubing to ensure your breast milk is protected. Keeping breast pump tubing clean and damage-free is essential for successful pumping and for the health of your baby.