I knew breastfeeding was not going to be easy, but I didn’t expect this!
NOVEMBER 20, 2022 | BY AMELIA MAYS
TAGS: #MOMLIFE #BREASTFEEDING
I found breastfeeding very painful — I was in tears for a whole month.
That's when I knew I would need to start using a breast pump.
It was somewhere around 3 AM, in my second pumping session of the night, when the baby was screaming...
I'm stuck in a chair connected to a pump.
My husband was stumbling to the kitchen to fix another bottle when I realized something:
I can't do this anymore.
Pumping all my milk for my baby without giving her any formula became a full-time job.
When my husband had to work, I was left alone to get my other school-aged children out the door to school every morning. And care for the baby.
I soon realized I would need help if I wanted to continue pumping.
I decided it was time to look for a hands-free pump.
That way, I could pump while caring for my baby and getting the kids ready.
Or even pump on the drive to school.
But when it came time to choose a pump, I was torn.
So I researched every product under the sun to find the top hands-free pumps.
The only problem is that most of them are in the $500 range, and I don't have that kind of money just lying around.
I reached out to my friend who works as a lactation consultant for a major hospital.
MY FRIEND'S BRILLIANT ADVICE
She told me about a new product from a company called Sage.
It's a hands-free breast pump that uses a new suction technology, fits directly into your bra or tank top, and allows you to pump with total freedom.
"Does it really work?" I asked. Here's what she said:
So I ordered one and decided to give it a try. It showed up within a few days of ordering it, and I put it to the test. The first thing I noticed was that it came beautifully packaged.
It's also easy to set up and use. You can choose between 5 suction levels and it has a massage mode to help with get more milk!
The Real Test - How Effective Is The Sage Pump?
Moment of truth, I ensure everything is together tightly, and then I just fit it into my bra and turn it on.
Within a matter of minutes, there is a bunch of milk that I can put in the freezer! I couldn't believe it. I started walking to see if it held, and it did. It worked! At first, I thought it would leak with movement, but it did not leak at all.
The suction is good and also is not too loud. It's so much more comfortable than my regular pump, and the hands-free is so convenient. It's freed me to wash dishes, hold the baby, and walk around to do things while pumping.
HOW DO I GET THE SAGE WEARABLE BREAST PUMP?
Right now, you can buy the Sage pump for 50% off.
1. Order the Sage pump at the official website
2. Assemble in 4 quick steps
3. Enjoy increasing your supply and pumping from anywhere!
THIS IS AN ADVERTISEMENT AND NOT AN ACTUAL NEWS ARTICLE, BLOG, OR CONSUMER PROTECTION UPDATE
MARKETING DISCLOSURE: This website is a market place. As such you should know that the owner has a monetary connection to the product and services advertised on the site. The owner receives payment whenever a qualified lead is referred but that is the extent of it.
ADVERTISING DISCLOSURE: This website and the products & services referred to on the site are advertising marketplaces. This website is an advertisement and not a news publication. Any photographs of persons used on this site are models. The owner of this site and of the products and services referred to on this site only provides a service where consumers can obtain and compare.
DISCLAIMER: Testimonials appearing on this site individual real-life experiences of those who have used our products and/or services in some way or another. The testimonials are voluntarily provided with no compensation. The results are not typical and are not necessarily representative of all of those who will use our products and/or services. They cannot be guaranteed. Before and after photos were not retouched or altered. Results were self-reported by the customer and therefore cannot be confirmed. Our Company is not responsible for any of the opinions or comments posted to our site.