When Should I Buy A Breast Pump
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And if you rent or share from an authorized provider (such as a hospital, lactation consultant, or specialty medical supply store), do so only if the pump is designed for multiple users. And do so only if you have your own accessories kit to avoid contamination. The accessories kit typically includes the milk container, breast-shield, and tubing.
In some cases, we are able to verify your information almost instantly, allowing you to select your breast pump the same day you submit the form. Other times, we may need to seek additional info from you or your insurance provider before we can curate your specific breast pump options.
As a Durable Medical Equipment (DME) provider, we work with your insurance company directly to lessen the stress and hassle of receiving a breast pump through insurance! This creates a smoother process for all involved.
Every health insurance plan has a unique set of guidelines for breast pump coverage. If you have specific questions regarding your coverage and which breast pumps will be available to you at no cost, the best place to begin is our form. We work with most major health insurance providers, and can also provide a breast pump through most Medicaid plans.
Unlike a traditional online shopping experience, your breast pump will ship at the earliest eligible date required by your health insurance. We must follow the timing criteria provided by your specific insurance plan.
If you have health insurance coverage, we do not recommend adding a breast pump to your registry as they can be very expensive. Because the Affordable Care Act requires insurance companies to cover the cost of a breast pump, you should absolutely take advantage of this benefit.
Unfortunately, because of the medical nature of a breast pump, most retailers will not accept returns. However, all Aeroflow Breastpumps pumps are warrantied through the manufacturer. If you experience any issues with your breast pump, we recommend reaching out to them directly, as they will be able to help you with troubleshooting!
Single-breast pumps are less efficient than double-breast pumps, but are also smaller and cheaper. These are good options for moms who are away from baby no more than several hours a week but want the speed and efficiency of an electric pump.
Okay, now we're in two minds about this one. First of all, the reality is that a really high proportion of women who are buying breast pumps are in a hurry. Often this is because an issue has arisen (such as low supply or attachment issues) and women are needing a breast pump ASAP to help. Or perhaps their previous breast pump has just broken, and they are expressing daily. Maybe we're over cautious, but we treat all orders as urgent.
If you are pregnant, the best time to order a breast pump is as soon as possible! Ordering a breast pump through insurance can require some collaboration between moms, doctors, and insurance representatives, which can take some time. Therefore, as soon as a mom knows she is pregnant and wants to breastfeed, she can begin the process of ordering a breast pump through insurance. A mom can qualify for a breast pump at any point during her pregnancy, however some plans will only cover the cost of the breast pump and ship it at specific points in the pregnancy. For example, some plans will cover the cost of a breast pump within a few weeks or months of the due date, while others may only approve coverage after the baby is born. Regardless of when your insurance will approve your breast pump, you can begin the process and qualify with Pumps for Mom as soon as you are ready!
Many moms want to provide breast milk to their little one as soon as he or she is born, which is why it is important for moms to qualify for their breast pump as soon as possible. In fact, medical professionals usually encourage breastfeeding or breast pumping within a few hours of delivery, especially if a newborn needs to spend some time in the neonatal intensive care unit, or NICU. Mom