Tagged with 'Ameda'

Everything You Need To Know About Our Ameda Products

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Finding the right breast pump for your specific habits and needs is one of the most important parts of your breastfeeding journey. Ameda’s pumps are a fan favorite for new and experienced mamas. Check out our blog to learn more!

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Do Medicaid and WIC Cover Breast Pumps?

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Most state Medicaid plans will cover the entire cost of a breast pump, but Medicaid covers these services differently than private insurance companies. There is a wide variety in scope and coverage from state to state for those seeking assistance with pre and postnatal care under Medicaid.

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Can I Get A Breast Pump Through Insurance?

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Breast pump coverage stipulations can vary from one insurance provider to the next. There may be differences regarding which type of breast pump is covered (manual or electric), the duration of payment on rental pumps, and when a breast pump can be dispensed (before or after birth).

It’s a lot to figure out while you’re prepping for baby, but we’ve got you covered. This comprehensive guide will walk you through the entire process and answer some common questions that you may have about the process.

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Open System or Closed System Breast Pump?

What do you really need to know about open or closed system breast pumps?

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Enjoy the Convenience of a Nursing Bra or Tank

One of the most popular questions that the Breastpump Specialists at Aeroflow Breastpumps receive daily from mothers ordering their free breast pump through insurance is, “What else do I need?”

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Why Breastfeeding is Important

According to the guidelines set forth by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization, babies should receive breast milk exclusively for the first six months of life. Breast milk has been proven time and time again to be the best source of nourishment for babies with benefits that provide a life-long impact. 

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WHO Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative

Thanks to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), a worldwide program, the WHO Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative was initiated in 1991 to help promote and support breastfeeding all starting from within hospitals and birthing centers.

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