Breastfeeding is normal and healthy for infants and moms. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, breast milk has disease-fighting cells called antibodies that help protect infants from germs, illness and even sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Breastfeeding is linked to a lower risk of various health problems for babies, including the following:
Whether you're going back to work or school or have other responsibilities that mean you need to be away from your baby for a few hours, a powerful and efficient breast pump can make all the difference to help you continue breastfeeding.
If you’re planning to breastfeed your baby, good for you! Breastfeeding is the best way to provide essential nutrients while also bonding with your child. But when you can’t be with your child 24/7, how do you feed? That’s where breast pumps come in.
Breast pumps give you the freedom to go back to work, have a date night or take an overnight trip while still providing your baby with the best food source possible. Pumping can make you more comfortable when you’re away from your baby by providing relief from heavy, engorged breasts. If your baby is having trouble latching, pumping will keep your supply up while you and baby navigate through that roadblock. By pumping, you can stockpile breast milk for anytime you’re unable to breastfeed. You can even sleep through a feeding while Daddy feeds the baby at 3am!
Many insurance companies cover breast pumps at 100%! Call us at 1-888-344-3434 or apply online to let us do the legwork and find out what you’re entitled to. We’ll verify your benefits, obtain your prescription and any other necessary paperwork and ship the insurance-covered pump directly to your home.