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Renting vs. Buying
Renting a pump may be your best bet if you have needs that require the most efficient pumping possible. If you have a premature baby, a baby that is currently unable to breastfeed, low milk supply, or if you have multiples and are looking to increase milk production, the hospital grade pump can be a huge help. Renting may also be the best (and most cost-effective) option if you still aren't sure that pumping is for you, or if you plan to pump for less than six months.
If you are planning to pump long-term, have a healthy baby and a good milk supply, it might be more cost-effective to purchase a pump. Remember, you can use it for future children, too! The smaller, personal pumps are easier to carry around if you're planning to be an on-the-go mom, and it is also a cheaper option if you are only planning to pump occasionally.