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Tag Archive: breast pump

How to Get a Free Breast Pump from Insurance
October 12, 2018 8:00 am | by
Follow these steps to get your free breast pump that is covered by health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.

Under the Affordable Care Act, health insurance plans in the United States must provide breastfeeding support, counseling and equipment for the duration of breastfeeding. That means that insurance will cover the cost of a breast pump for new moms; either a new one to keep or a rental unit. This applies to all plans with the exception of grandfathered plans. So, how do you get your free breast pump? Call your insurance company. There should be a phone number on your insurance card. Give it a call and tell them you need to find out how to get your free breast pump.

 
Manual Breast Pump Review: Medela Harmony
January 15, 2018 3:25 pm | by
Medela Harmony Breast Pump Review

Are you looking for a manual breast pump? The Medela Harmony is a great, affordable option that allows you to express breastmilk for baby to take a bottle. Medela Harmony Features There are several reasons you may prefer to use a manual breast pump instead of an electric. Price. A manual pump will be less expensive than an electric pump. Make sure you check with your insurance company to see if they will cover the cost of a breast pump. Portable. A manual breast pump can go anywhere with you. The Medela Harmony is small enough to fit in your

 
Breastfeeding Hack: Haakaa Silicone Pump
July 12, 2017 10:35 am | by
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Meet Haakaa Hey breastfeeding mamas! Listen up because you need to hear about the Haakaa Silicone Pump with Suction Base. Expressing milk just got easier thanks to this handy little pump. The Haakaa Silicone Breast Pump is a simple collector that only uses suction. Made from just 1 piece of 100% food grade silicone, simply suction it to your breast. It does all the work and draws your milk out using suction. Best of all, it’s silent. You can get some relief without waking a sleeping baby or take a conference call without the loud noises of an electric breast