This post is sponsored by Aeroflow, but as always the opinions below are 100% my own.
When I was pregnant with Madison I remember one of the biggest costs for me before she was born was buying the breast pump. Fast forward to last year when I was pregnant with Colton, at around 20 weeks pregnant my OB/GYN office let me know about the program that Aeroflow runs, thanks to the Affordable Care Act.
Aeroflow Breastpumps specializes in helping pregnant and nursing moms be able to get a breast pump through their health insurance. They take care of the entire process for you, from start to finish.
The Process –
1. Head over to the Aeroflow Breastpumps website and submit your demographic information, insurance information. A dedicated Breastpump Specialist will verify your insurance coverage.
2. Your Breastpump Specialist will then contact you to review your benefits and your pump options.
3. The Pump will get shipped directly to your doorstep! So easy and convenient!
Things Aeroflow Breastpump Specialist does for you:
1. Contacts your insurance company and verifies coverage
2. Coordinates with your OB/GYN or midwives office to get your prescription to your insurance company
3. Helps you decide on the best breast pump for you
4. Makes sure that your Breastpump ships at the right time. Some insurance companies limit when your breast pump can ship, such as 30 days before your due date.
5. Handles all of the billing with your insurance company
When you’re pregnant, you have many decisions to make… so why not sit back and relax and let Aeroflow do all of the legwork for you? Aeroflow Breastpumps takes all of the hassle and confusion out of this process so you can worry about other things and get ready for your new bundle of joy. Contact Aeroflow anytime during your pregnancy, up until your baby is one to get the process started on ordering your Breast pump!
Depending on your insurance carrier, you may be eligible to receive and upgrade on your breast pump.
Depending on your insurance, you may be eligible to receive an upgraded breast pump! Insurance companies only cover what is considered “medically necessary” to express breast milk. This is why upgrade options include extra bottles, parts, accessories or a breast pump bag. Moms can use FSA or HSA funds to pay for upgrade pumps or supplies as well a debit or credit card or PayPal. Aeroflow also offers financing through Affirm.
Being a fulltime working mom, I decided to go with an upgrade and get the Medela Pump In Style Advanced with the on the go tote, simply because I wanted the tote so I could easily bring my pump with me on the go. I have found that this pump was super-efficient and exactly what I wanted in a Breastpump.
Included with the Pump In Style Advance On-the-go Tote:
•9 volt AC adaptor
•Four breast milk collection containers with lids for storage
•Double pumping kit with 24 mm PersonalFit™ breastshields, includes connectors, valves, membranes and tubing
•Black microfiber bag with integrated motor unit (non-removable)
•Removable cooler bag with contoured ice pack
I found that this pump came with everything that I needed, and more. My favorite part of the Medela Pump In Style Advanced is that is comes with a cooler with an ice pack that fits perfectly into the tote.
I would definitely recommend this to any pregnant mamas or moms looking to start pumping. It is very efficient and is great for getting the most milk per session. It is very comfortable to use, and the fact that you can control the suction and speed is a huge plus so that you can find the level that is best for you.
Make sure to head over to Aeroflow to get your pump ordered and check out the options that are best for you!