Easy Pumping On-the-Go

If you are like most modern moms today, there is a good chance you are on the go most of the day and you find yourself in places where power outlets are not even available. Don’t find yourself in a tough spot! A Medela battery pack gives you the freedom you need to be the busy bee that you are as a new mommy.

The battery pack uses 8 AA batteries and delivers up to 2 hours of pumping time. Here’s a helpful hint too: invest in rechargeable batteries that you can use with the battery pack.

Will Insurance Cover Accessories?

While most insurance plans will cover the cost of a double electric breast pump, they do not cover additional breast pump accessories including battery packs. However, paying for a Medela battery pack is a small price to pay for the luxury of being able to pump whenever you need to. Being able to pump in your car, out to dinner, or even in the comfort in your own bed when a power outlet is too far away is extremely convenient…you will be happy you got it!

Need a Breast Pump?

Wondering where you can get that Medela breast pump to match your Medela battery pack? That’s where the hard working team of Breastpump Specialists at Aeroflow comes in. Under the Affordable Care Act, most insurance plans will cover the cost of breastfeeding support and supplies including a double electric breast pump. You could easily be on your way to getting your very own Medela Pump In Style Advanced Starter shipped right to your front door.

Qualify & Get Your Pump Quickly and Easily!

Head on over and complete the Qualify Through Insurance form and leave the rest to their dedicated team of Breastpump Specialists. You will have your very own Breastpump Specialist who will contact your insurance company and verify your coverage and then give you a call to go over your breast pump options. The process is simple, quick, and free! If you have had your baby or need more immediate assistance, give them a call directly at (844) 867-9890. It is never too early to see if you qualify. Get started today!

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