Where to Start

There should be a manual that comes with your breast pump and those are always a good start when trying to understand how to use your pump. One of the best ways to learn how to use your breast pump is by taking advantage of a lactation consultant and the nurses at the hospital you are delivering at. Be sure to bring your breast pump with you when you go into labor for this reason. You can also find many helpful videos online that can offer a more hands-on approach for how to use your breast pump.

Get Comfortable

One trick to having a comfortable pumping experience is making sure to have the correct size breast shield. Make sure you are in a relaxed setting…dim the lights, put on some comfy clothes (sweats are best!), and try massaging your breasts before pumping. Finding the correct pumping setting that works for you is also key.

An electric breast pump can make life a lot easier with a newborn! Whether you exclusively pump or need it once or twice a week, an electric breast pump allows you to store milk for feeding moments you may not be able to be around for and also allows your partner to feed baby, which helps create a special bond.

Check in with Aeroflow

Still wondering how to get your free double electric breast pump? The good news is that you could get your pump for free under your insurance plan thanks to the Affordable Care Act and the help of Aeroflow Breastpumps. Aeroflow Breastpump Specialists are trained to see what type of insurance coverage you have and if it will cover the cost of breastfeeding support and supplies. They will also help you choose which breast pump is perfect for you and your family and ship it right to your front door at no cost to you.

All you need to do to get started is fill out the Qualify Through Insurance form and your dedicated Specialist will do the rest. If you need more immediate assistance, give Aeroflow Breastpumps a call directly at (844) 867-9890. We look forward to assisting you soon!