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April 14, 2016
If you are able to breastfeed then the bond that is created through nursing can be unlike any other. Being able to spend valuable time nourishing your baby and having skin to skin contact while looking into your newborn’s eyes is something you will never forget.
Depending on your milk supply and your baby’s feeding schedule, you may be breastfeeding more than you think throughout the day. In fact, you could be nursing anywhere from 8 to 12 times per day, especially in the beginning.
While breastfeeding can promote a positive and loving bond between you and your new baby, deciding to pump milk can also help further the relationship between your baby and partner. Many mothers opt to get a breast pump so they can have a milk supply in the refrigerator and freezer so that dad or other loved ones can feed baby while they're not available.
The good news is that you could get a free, double-electric breast pump thanks to the Affordable Care Act that was enacted back in 2010.
It’s true! We have a team of dedicated Breastpump Specialists that are waiting to see if your insurance plan will cover a free Medela or Spectra double electric breast pump. Ready to see if your plan covers this amazing benefit? All you have to do is head on over to our Qualify Through Insurance form and get started today. The process is fast, easy, and free! If you need more immediate assistance, don’t hesitate to call us directly at (844) 867-9890.
The Breastpump Specialists at Aeroflow know that breastfeeding does not always work out for everyone, and if you are one of the many mothers who cannot breastfeed for whatever reason, there is no reason to beat yourself up. The decision to breastfeed or not is your decision and you should not feel shame for not doing so.
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