Re: which pump to buy??
If your pump is 9yrs old, it's definitely time to invest in a new one. It's probably not effective anymore - the rubber parts can lose flexibility. There are several good pumps you can use (they've already been mentioned here), just stay away from those brands that have a parent company that also makes formula. Those companies have a vested interest in pumping failing for you (you'll buy formula, they'll make more money).
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