What a Sympathetic Pregnancy?

Have you noticed that your hubby has packed on some extra pounds? Or maybe he is up with you at 3am too browsing his phone because he can’t sleep? When your partner is feeling similar symptoms to that of you during pregnancy, it is known as a condition called “sympathetic pregnancy”. Believe it or not, it is pretty common!

Usual symptoms of a sympathetic pregnancy are weight gain, morning sickness, and troubled sleeping patterns. Stress and empathy are usually the two culprits behind it. Doctors are torn between whether a sympathetic pregnancy is due to a psychological condition or a biological condition. While there is no cure for a sympathetic pregnancy, it is temporary and can be pretty humorous if you think about it!

Preparing for Baby

Nine months will go by fast so make sure you don’t delay in getting your free breast pump checked off your to do list. Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), thousands of mothers across the country have been provided with their very own breast pump for free!

The ACA ensures that mommies receive free breastfeeding support, including but not limited to, breastfeeding counseling and a free, double electric breast pump under most insurance plans. Interested in finding out if your insurance plan covers a breast pump but don’t know how to start? Leave it to the Breastpump Specialists at Aeroflow to take care of that for you.

Qualify for Breast Pump

To see if you qualify for a breast pump, complete the Qualify Through Insurance form and they will take care of the rest. A Breastpump Specialists will contact your insurance to verify your benefits, and then call you within a couple of days to go over your options. Your Breastpump Specialists will also confirm your shipping address so your pump can ship right to your front door.

Plus, shipping is a courtesy so no need to worry about pesky online shipping fees. There is no service charge to find out if you qualify. If you need more immediate assistance, give them a call directly at (844) 867-9890. They look forward to assisting you!

Information provided in blogs should not be used as a substitute for medical care or consultation.