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Medela Symphony Breast Pump

by Medela

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  • Unique overflow protection; Double or single pumping
  • Electric
  • One knob control
  • Whisper quiet operation; Easy to clean
  • BPA/DEHP Free
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Technical Details
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions13 x 8 x 10 inches
OriginImported (Switzerland)
UPC020451401089
Item model number0240108
Safety warningUnder Warranty - through 8/2014. Open box product.
Material TypeBPA Free
Best usesBreast milk expression
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB001JA85K2
Best Sellers Rank #42,200 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  
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Product Description

Symphony is Medela's latest innovation in hospital-grade electric double pumps. With breakthrough 2-Phase Expression pumping, Symphony is proven to reduce pumping time through faster let-down and milk flow and remove as much milk as a breastfeeding baby. Symphony implements the results of extensive research on electric breastpumps initiated by Medela and conducted by internationally renowned lactation researcher Peter Hartmann, Ph.D. What's Included Symphony 2.0 Program Card - English Available in Spanish and French also Container Stand Protector for Card/Cord Symphony® Breastpump Model: 0240108 Features and Benefits 2-Phase Expression Pumping Long Term Daily Use Double or Single Pump Multi-User, with personal double pumping system #67099 or #67116 Chosen for you and your baby - All parts that come into contact with breastmilk are BPA/DEHP Free.


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Instead the biggest advantage of using the Symphony pump it that it is quiet and more comfortable.
mili
My lactation consultant recommended that I rent the Medela Symphony hospital grade pump, even though I told her I was using my own Medela Pump In Style breast pump.
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So proud of my daughter who made the commitment to give her baby breast milk even when the baby couldn't suckle due to her cleft palate.
R. Ward

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74 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Mrs on April 18, 2010
I began using the Medela Classic hospital grade pump 2 days after my son was born and had HORRIBLE PAINFUL problems (i.e. cracked bleeding nipples, raw skin). After switching to the Symphony all of my problems stopped immediately after the initial healing time was over.

I pump exclusively and bottle feed my son due to latching issues and I've been using the pump 8-10 times a day for the last 3 months without a single problem with the mechanics of the machine or it's ability to express a lot of milk. Of course, the pump cab make a difference in how much milk you produce to a certain extent, but it's different for everyone woman so be wary of people who claim that certain pumps will solve your low production issues.

PROS:
-Extrememly quiet compared to the Pump in Style, Lactina, and Classic pumps
-Easy to clean
-Exchangable flanges if you need different sizes
-Replaceable parts (although I've never needed to replace any of them so far)
-Easy to use buttons, fool proof
-Double phase expression starts off slow to ease you into full pumping action which is softer on your nipples
-Cute!
-You can pump both sides at once.

CONS:
-It's not easy to lug around and can be a bit heavy. It comes in a huge hard case for protection since it's a pricey pump. Not conducive to travel even with the battery pack since it's heavy. I would never take it on the airplane with me.
-Condensation often builds in the tubes, but they are easily fixable by running the pump without the bottles attached everyone once in a while
-Expensive! You can rent this pump from a hospital which is definitely worth it if you are planning on pumping often.
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103 of 119 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 29, 2011
I had insufficient breastmilk production and had to supplement with formula. My lactation consultant recommended that I rent the Medela Symphony hospital grade pump, even though I told her I was using my own Medela Pump In Style breast pump. She said the Pump In Style is good for expressing established milk and the Symphony is made to help establish the milk supply.

With the Pump In Style, I was getting a total of .6 of an ounce every 3 hours (end of baby's first week). I tried all of the lactation consultant's recommendations and got it up to 1 ounce total per double pumping by week 3. From the first time I used the Symphony, I had 2 ounces total per double pumping (less if it was less than 3 hours since the last feed/pump).

Note that the rental price was $80/month + $40 kit that is available on Amazon, but you can look into having your medical insurance or FSA cover some or all of the costs. Note - if you have the Medela breast shields, connectors, membranes, and bottles, you will only need to get the special tubing and connectors for the Symphony.

Other recommendations from the lactation consultant:

-Always double pump
-You must establish your breast milk volume in the first four weeks
-Take Motherlove More Milk Plus supplement (she said Mother's Milk tea doesn't have sufficient quantities of the needed ingredients, but also said there's no empirical evidence that this improves your milk supply). It's more than ten dollars cheaper on Amazon than at Whole Foods.
-Nurse every 2 to 3 hours (I tried this but the first few weeks she's so sleepy that she just won't keep at it) and pump afterwards to make sure breasts are emptied
-Get the baby undressed to diapers, skin to skin, and use cross cradle position (she showed videos from Dr.
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104 of 124 people found the following review helpful By nope on January 24, 2012
I have been renting this pump over three months since my baby was born. At first I only got a few milliliters per pump, sometimes just drops. Now I get at least three ounces every time, sometimes seven ounces. Here's how I get the most milk from my Symphony:

Wear a pump bra--I made one out of a pullover sports bra with holes cut (you can hand-sew around the edges to make it last). Amazon sells cheap ones (3-pack, Tank Style Sport Bras, Fruit of the Loom) in a three-pack. This way you can take advantage of the double pump action and have your hands free.

Massage--Now that you have your hands free, use them to do a compression massage to get more milk. Stanford has instructions on how to do breast compression massage while pumping as well as heartening statistics about how much more milk moms get when they do it this way.

Lube--I put shea butter on my nipples before pumping so that they don't rub so much on the shields. This helped a lot especially in the beginning to keep my nipples healthy and keep pumping productive. You can buy special stuff (Motherlove Herbal Nipple Cream (1 oz)) for this or just use some generic shea butter. Motherlove is a little easier to spread on.

Start low and raise suction dramatically for let-down--When I first started, I could barely stand three bars of suction. It especially hurt to "dry pump," i.e. run suction when no milk was coming out. Gradually my nipples got more stretchy and now I can go all the way to the highest suction during let-down. The key is to run at a level that gets your milk flowing well--for me this is seven bars.
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