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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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.
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.
Babies who are born prematurely often need to be admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) after birth. Moms of preemies often need to pump breast milk for several months, so for them, breastfeeding includes a lot of pumping.
Everyone's breastfeeding experience is different. And there is no “one size fits all” guide, especially after having a cesarean section! But trying out different positions is essential to finding what's most comfortable for you and your baby and setting you up for breastfeeding success. Here are six IBCLC approved breastfeeding positions we recommend for c-section mamas!
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.
Here's what you can expect following a cesarean section; including 5 tips for speeding up the recovery process and some guidelines for how to best take care of your body.
Planning for all the last-minute breastfeeding must-haves before your little one arrives? We've put together a list of the essential breast pumping accessories (other than your breast pump) that you'll need to get started.
Recovering from pregnancy and childbirth isn't easy. But no matter where you are in your motherhood journey, support items can likely help! And the best part is, it may be covered by insurance.
Whether you’ve just experienced a cesarean or a vaginal delivery, there is a lot to consider as you settle into your own postpartum care and recovery. There is so much to learn about your new baby and your postpartum body, and it can be hard to know who to ask or where to turn for accurate information and advice. Here’s what you can do to stay comfortable and kick-start the healing process, right from day one.