When you find out you are pregnant, there’s a lot to decide on and to finish before baby arrives. In today’s post, I’m going to talk about how to get a breast pump for FREE.
When I found out I was pregnant after my Frozen Embryo Transfer – I was excited and overwhelmed at the same time. There was so much to do!
Before I even got pregnant, I’ve always had it in my mind to breastfeed my baby. I didn’t want to miss out on that bonding experience when I finally had my baby. If you plan to formula feed your baby – this post isn’t for you!
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Check out my other Pregnancy Posts:
- How to Survive the First Trimester of Pregnancy
- Pregnancy Two Week Wait Symptoms
- IVF Tips for a Successful Cycle
How to Choose a Breast Pump
Of course, if you choose to pump your milk for your baby so that others can help feed when you’re unable, or if you plan to pump while out of the house (like at work) you obviously want the best pump available!
There’s SO many options out there for pumps that it’s a little overwhelming, right? I know I felt like I was in foreign territory when I started to research pumps.
Thankfully, I found a service who I ABSOLUTELY LOVE and would recommend it to any mom-to-be.
Enter Aeroflow Breast Pumps. This all-in-one service does all the hard work for you and helps you find the perfect breast pump for your lifestyle and baby needs! I first found this service through another blogger on Instagram and I was intrigued. I hated the idea of having to call my insurance to find my coverage and then go shop for a pump.
How to get a Breast Pump Through Insurance
So, when I was on my research quest, my insurance gave me a list of local stores that carry pumps… the downside? They were all pretty far away from me and I had to call ahead of time to make a purchase. Talk about old-school, right?
What I LOVE LOVE LOVE about Aeroflow Breast Pumps is that they did all that work FOR me for FREE! That’s right!
When you first go to Aeroflow Breastpumps website, there is a link to get qualified through your health insurance.
How the Process Works:
- Provide your insurance information to discover breast pump coverage
- Aeroflow verifies your insurance coverage
- They provide a list of pumps you are covered for
- Choose the pump you’d like
- They ship it directly to you!
This is what I loved the most about this service… it’s all done online and is incredibly convenient.
My Experience with Aeroflow Breastpumps
I guess you can count this post as my Aeroflow Breastpumps review. I decided to write a post about my experience because I loved it so much. I get asked a lot on my YouTube and Instagram about my breast pump choice and where I purchased it as well!
I submitted my insurance information on the Aeroflow website and waited for a response. You get assigned a dedicated account representative who is available to answer any questions you may have. I liked that a lot since these kind of purchases can be extremely overwhelming for a first-time mom.
Within 2 business days I got the email that my insurance was approved and I was provided with a list of breast pumps to choose from!
They have a extensive list of different pumps and accessories to choose from. You can see user reviews for each item as well.
Breast Pump I Chose
I ended up choosing the Spectra S2Plus breast pump. It’s a smaller pump that’s very quiet and has a cute pink color to it!
The pump itself came with bottles to pump into, backflow protection, and adjustable suction levels. This pump supports single or double pumping capabilities.
There’s also a night light on the pump so night pumping sessions can be done with ease.
I love the look of this pump because it’s modern looking and sleek as well as lightweight and can easily be carried around. I actually bought this universal bag with it which can double as a diaper bag and store the pumped bottles.
Aeroflow Breast Pumps Shipping
After I made my “purchase” through Aeroflow Breast Pumps, the shipping time was incredibly fast. I got my pump within the week!
Due to the personal nature of breast pumps, however, there are no returns allowed. So be sure to do your research before choosing a pump!