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Within hours of a baby’s birth, breastpumps become an essential tool for any breastfeeding mom. Breastfeeding and pumping, in fact, go hand-in-hand. Why? Even if you plan to breastfeed directly from the breast, pumping breast milk will help you increase your milk supply and gain flexibility (how else do you get your partner to administer a feed?).The indispensability of a good pump holds true for a mom planning to stay at home, and of course even more so for a mom returning to work outside the home. She’ll travel with her pump in the car, subway or bus, and cozy up with that pump during conference calls and lunch breaks, producing milk that she’ll courier home when the work day ends. All in a day’s work, right mamas?
How to get a Pump through Insurance
Figuring out how to get a pump, however, is a challenge and paying for it – since pumps tend to be very expensive – an even greater hurdle. Welcome Aeroflow Healthcare. This innovative service does the work for you, new mama. Aeroflow Breastpumps offers an easy-to-use online service that connects you will your insurer, requests a pump from your doctor, contacts your insurer to provide the necessary paperwork, and sends you a brand new breast pump. Aeroflow, where were you when my babies were little??
Here are the simple steps involved:
Expecting moms and new moms, check out Aeroflow Healthcare. Few things in this life of ours turn out to be so practical and simple, and make so much sense.
Aeroflow also boasts a wonderful video resource page that provides helpful information on breastpumps and tips for how to pump on the go, so be sure to check that out as well!
Thanks for reading and for caring so beautifully for your babies,
This post was brought to you by Aeroflow Healthcare. Cloudmom received monetary compensation for this post. The ideas and opinions expressed in this post are my own.