Oh no! You are out and about running errands, at work or maybe in the comfort of your own home and your breasts start leaking…let nursing pads come to the rescue! You can bet that if you are regularly pumping or breastfeeding, you will run into this issue on your journey as a new mommy. The good news is that there is a solution to those leaky breasts and nursing pads are an efficient way to help ease the burden.

What are Nursing Pads?

Nursing pads are usually made from cotton and help absorb up lingering breast milk before it soaks onto your bra and/or shirt. They fit snug inside of your everyday bra, sports bra or tank top that has a built-in bra. Most breast pump manufacturers such as Medela, Lansinoh and Evenflo make nursing pads that are inexpensive and highly absorbent.

Reusable or Disposable?

While most bra pads are disposable, you can also find many brands that make washable and reusable ones. For example, Medela makes a set of washable pads that come with a laundry bag to ease your washing troubles. Feeling crafty? There are many websites out there that show you how to make your own nursing pads using old blankets or sheets.

Aeroflow Breastpumps Can Help!

A set of nursing pads is a very beneficial accessory to purchase when placing your order for your free breast pump through insurance. Whether you exclusively pump or need it “here and there”, an electric breast pump allows you to store milk for feeding moments you may not be able to be around for and also allows your partner to feed baby creating a special relationship.

The good news is that you could also get your pump for free under your insurance plan thanks to the Affordable Care Act and the help of Aeroflow Breastpumps. Getting your free breast pump could not be easier. The Breastpump Specialists at Aeroflow are trained to see what type of insurance coverage you have and if it will cover the cost of breastfeeding support and supplies.

All you need to do to get started is fill out their Qualify Through Insurance form and a Breastpump Specialist will take care of the rest. If you need more immediate assistance, be sure to give them a call directly at (844) 867-9890. They look forward to assisting you.

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