Tagged with 'Guides and Tips'

Does Aetna Cover Breast Pumps?

Aeroflow Breastpumps is committed to helping moms succeed by providing the best breastfeeding products and services at the most competitive rates. We love serving new and expectant moms and encouraging their breastfeeding journey by providing the best breast pumps possible and more through their insurance plans.

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Medicaid Covered Breast Pumps

What are the Medicaid insurance guidelines for breast pumps? How will you know the specific stipulations of your policy? Will having an MCO make a difference? We have the answers to all of your questions!

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How To Increase Breast Milk Supply

Wondering if your breast milk supply is keeping up with your baby's feeding demands? A lot of breastfeeding and pumping moms share this concern. Here are some of the top reasons why your milk supply may be low or decreased – and what you can do about it!

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Postpartum Exercise Tips for New Moms

Ready to return to fitness after having a baby? Dr. Samantha Spencer shares how to ease back in safely, and what symptoms to keep an eye out for. In general, it's recommended for new moms to wait about 6-8 weeks postpartum to allow early healing to take place, and then to gradually build back up to their desired intensity. 

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C-Section Scar Care and Treatment Guide

Over 30% of births are cesarean deliveries. So even though they're fairly common and generally safe, unlike a vaginal delivery, they are still a major surgical procedure. Here are some tips on how to take care of your c-section incision and care for your scar. 

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Your Guide to Intimacy and Sex After Birth

Sex is a significant part of our intimate relationships, and you might be wondering how all of this works after having a baby. Will it hurt? Will I even want to? Will it feel different for my partner? What will happen to our relationship? Here's what you can expect, as well as some expert advice on intimacy and sex after birth. 

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Maintaining Pelvic Health Postpartum

Carrying and birthing a baby affects the pelvic floor and its functions. Here are some of the things many moms experience, and ways to treat or improve any symptoms you may experience during postpartum. 

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How Long Should I Breastfeed?

A common question among nursing moms is “how long should I breastfeed?”  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that breastfeeding continue for at least 12 months, and thereafter for as long as the mother and baby desire.  The World health Organization (WHO) recommends continued breastfeeding for up to 2 years of age or beyond.

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What is a Birth Plan and Should You Have One?

Preparing a birth plan is great way to be proactive and avoid any miscommunications and unwanted stress on your big day. Of course you won’t be able to control everything that happens, but a birthing plan will give you the opportunity to outline your personal wishes and preferences for your labor and delivery.

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