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Old 09-01-2012, 10:16 PM   #11
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If you don't pay attention while your pumping and pump more than 4 ounces milk will get sucked up in the tube.
Ah! I just switch to 9 oz bottles once my supply is over the 4 oz mark because I read while pumping and am notorious for getting sucked into my book and not pay attention...

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Ah! I just switch to 9 oz bottles once my supply is over the 4 oz mark because I read while pumping and am notorious for getting sucked into my book and not pay attention...
I was never able to even pump 4oz! This was for a friend. I was jealous he pumped so much that it got sucked up the tubes!
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Old 09-04-2012, 06:15 AM   #13
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Re: Milk in Medela motor.

I just ordered an Ameda pump. I had a Medela Swing and it started backing up into the tubing every time I pump. I have a Medela PIS as well. I'm thinking I could use the Ameda kit with the Medela PIS to prevent backing up/condensation. Hoping it works.
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