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Best Breast Pumps of 2024

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What is the best breast pump? We consistently find when choosing the best breast pump, new moms consider: suction strength, portability, weight, noise level, and insurance coverage. Find your best breast pump through insurance.

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Do Medicaid and WIC Cover Breast Pumps?

Breast Pumps

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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Moms On-The-Go Are Pumped About These Hands Free Breast Pump Options

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A wearable hands-free pump can give you privacy and allow you to do other tasks while pumping. It uses oval collection cups that are placed inside your bra to express breast milk, rather than the standard flange and bottle set up like a manual or double electric breast pump. There’s Lots to Consider When Picking the Right Pump for You. Let’s take a look at these hands free breast pump options. 

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Picking Your Pump: Top 5 Questions

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Finding a pump that works best for you is a big decision! Answering each question below will guide you toward whether you need a manual pump, standard pump, high-performing pump, or wearable pump. 

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Introducing: The Hands-Free Elvie Stride Breast Pump

We are excited to announce the latest addition to our selection of breast pumps available through insurance: the Elvie Stride. Elvie is a leader in the femtech world, known for their innovative design of products that provide solutions for motherhood, such as the Elvie Pump and Elvie Trainer. 

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A-Z Breast Pumping Glossary

Welcome to the world of breast pump words, Mama! We know, it can sometimes feel like a foreign language, but our A-Z Breast Pumping Glossary is here to make sure you that when you use terms like “flange” and “mmHg”, you’ll sound like a pumping pro!

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