Breast Pumps & How to Get Yours Covered by Insurance - Lynzy & Co.

Breast Pumps & How to Get Yours Covered by Insurance

This post is sponsored by Aeroflow Breast pumps. Thank you so much for supporting the brands I love working with!

I am really excited to be working with Aeroflow today! For those of you that are not familiar, Aeroflow Breast Pumps specialize in helping mothers get their breast pump for little to NO cost through insurance. This website is great for mothers to navigate through and see what pumps are available to them with the particular insurance that they have. You can also choose to upgrade to a different pump for an additional cost while still using your insurance to cover part of your desired breast pump! I know that there are many mamas that aren’t aware that this is even an option and it will save you quite a bit of money! They also offer compression stockings, maternity support bands and more through insurance so I highly suggest checking it out and seeing what you may be eligible for!

It’s simple. Just fill out their short form, that you can find HERE, with your basic health insurance information. They will then let you know the pumps that you are eligible to receive for free (or at a discounted rate) through your insurance! Best of all, they take care of everything for you when it comes to filling out the insurance claim, submitting it, and getting together all the necessary documents from your doctor. Plus, if you have HSA or FSA, you can use those dollars to scoop up some breastmilk bags, additional pump supplies, accessories and more.

The pump I was using is about 7 years old now and it finally hit the bucket – ha! I am excited to try the Lansinoh Smartpump 2.0 that I was able to receive for free through insurance. It’s ultra quiet and it tracks your pumping sessions via an app! This pump is also fully covered under most insurance plans. Here are some other features that I found to be a plus:

It includes an adapter, but can also be used with double A batteries or a car adapter for on the go pumping

It has a hygienic, closed system that helps prevent milk backup into tubing for easier cleaning

There are 3 customized pumping styles to help mimic your baby’s natural feeding pattern and 8 levels of suction for power and comfort

It remembers your last pump setting to simplify your routine

I will absolutely keep you up to date on how I like this pump after baby is here! I typically don’t start pumping (to build up a stash) until around 4 weeks PP. Occasionally I will pump if I need to so that my husband can give the baby a bottle as well! I hope that you found this post helpful and please let me know in the comment section if you have any questions and I can get answers for you! 🙂 

 

 

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