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A few weeks back we posted a super helpful guide from Aeroflow on getting your breast pump through insurance. Since then, we have had a ton of mamas reach out to us and say how helpful the post was! We wanted to boil it down even further and give you the bare bones guide on how to get your breast pump through insurance with Aeroflow. Find this post helpful? Share it with a friend and make her life a little easier!

Did you know? Most new mamas are eligible to be covered for a free breast pump through insurance anywhere from as soon as the baby is born up to 1 year after birth? (This is a good rule of thumb to go by; however the exact time period depends on your particular insurance plan.)

1. Head to Aeroflow’s website – The Aeroflow website features breast pumps from top brands such as Medela, Spectra, Lansinoh, Evenflo and many more. Keep in mind that when you visit the website, you will first need to fill out the Qualify through Insurance form before you can shop for breast pumps that are eligible under your specific insurance plan.

2. Complete Your Qualify Through Insurance Form – After you complete your form, you will be able to log in to the site and shop a curated selection specific to your insurance benefits. If you would like help navigating the store, Aeroflow’s Breastpump Specialists are happy to assist you!

3. Aeroflow to the Rescue – Once you fill out the Qualify form, a dedicated Breastpump Specialist will work to verify your coverage and will contact you via phone or email within 3-5 business days to discuss your options and help you select a breast pumpCheck out this amazing and handy breast pump comparison chart to look at all of your options! You can also refer friends and receive discounts on Aeroflow’s website.

Did you know? Aeroflow’s breast-pump specialists can do all of these things: Verify your eligibility for a breast pump through your insurance plan; Contact your physician for a prescription; Recommend the best breast pump for your lifestyle and breastfeeding goals; Recommend supplies and accessories that will benefit your pumping experience; Determine whether select supplies and accessories could also be available under your plan; Bill your insurance provider for your breast pump; Ship your breast pump to your door, free of charge

We hope you find this handy and quick guide super helpful so you can get started pumping whenever you’re ready.

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Thank you to Aeroflow for making this sponsored post possible. 

 

 

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