Recently I shared a few stories on my Instagram asking for help in choosing the right breast pump. You guys were SO helpful and made the choice easy. When I shared that the pump I chose had arrived a few days later, I had so many questions flooding my DMs:
Where did I order from? What was the best site to order a breast pump through? How do you know where to start the breast pump ordering process? Do you need a prescription from your doctor to order a breast pump? How do you get insurance to cover a breast pump? What was my cost out of pocket? And so much more!
Here’s the deal. Ordering your breast pump does not have to be hard. It doesn’t even have to take longer than about 10 minutes. And you don’t even have to do all the work. How? Aeroflow Breastpumps.
How to get a breast pump (and more!) free through insurance in 3 easy steps.
Thanks to an online mom group, I discovered Aeroflow Breastpumps when I was pregnant with my oldest. I remember so clearly googling everything I could about pumps – what the best pump was, how much they would cost, when to order, and so on and so on. I was every bit the first time mom that Facebook memes like to make fun of. But thank goodness for the “been there done that” moms that were there to help pave my way.
Aeroflow Breastpumps makes things ridiculously easy. Like, so easy I can wrangle the peanut butter jar away from J while simultaneously ordering a FREE breast pump and accessories, and handing H his next Lego piece. And even better? All it takes is filling out a less than half a page form online.
Give Aeroflow Breastpumps your email, due date, mailing address and insurance info. That’s it! They do the rest. With my auto-fill, I think it literally took under 3 minutes, and half of that was grabbing my insurance card out of my wallet.
Once you fill out Aeroflow Breastpump’s form, they handle the rest so you can focus on growing a human and nesting your heart out. Aeroflow contacts your insurance, verifies your coverage and handles all the reimbursement. They also contact your OB / doctor / midwife / etc to submit any paperwork necessary to insurance. And voila – a brand new breast pump shows up at your doorstep!
Okay, so they make it easy. But do they have a good selection of breast pumps?
YEP! Aeroflow supplies Lansinoh, Motif, Medela, Spectra, Evenflo and Freemie breast pumps! Your insurance provider will dictate which options you have, and you can browse them all easily on the Aeroflow Breastpumps website. One of the things I really loved was being able to easily see which breast pumps had a battery power option. With a 5.5 and 2.5 year old at home with a newborn, I have a feeling I won’t want to be tied to an outlet, and will be pumping when and where I can. There are 25 options for battery powered breast pumps, and Aeroflow has a comparison ability to make things even easier.
What else can you qualify for?
You can also choose to upgrade your breast pump, add a pump bag to your order or see which pumps come with a bag included! But there’s more – Aeroflow also has pregnancy support and postpartum wear that are covered by insurance! I was able to qualify for a free pregnancy support belt, compression socks, and a postpartum recovery garment! And by the way, pregnancy support belts are amazing. I’ve never had one before, but it has been invaluable for relieving my achy hips and lower back.
But Aeroflow isn’t just there to help you order a new pump. They’re also a wealth of information once your pump arrives! There is a breast pump comparison chart, an entire breastfeeding guide, information on hospital grade pumps and what that means, and so much more. Plus, they have a ton of video resources as well to help you get started, including using your new pump and how to clean your breast pump!
Motherhood and parenthood will come with all sorts of new challenges and second guessing. Don’t make ordering your breast pump be one of them! Head to Aeroflow Breastpumps HERE, fill out the form, sit back, and let them do all the work.