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Expecting? Find out how to score a FREE Breast Pump through your insurance!

Babies require a lot of gear, and that first year can be so expensive even if you have a baby shower. One of the pricier items that you may be able to cross off your list without spending a dime is an electric breast pump!

Aeroflow can help you get a totally free breast pump through your insurance if you qualify!

They make the process really simple, and they offer free breast pumps and accessories from top manufacturers like Medela, Spectra, Lansinoh, and many more!

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Aeroflow makes getting a free pump through insurance SO easy!

Aeroflow Breastpumps is a subsidiary of Aeroflow Healthcare which specializes in helping pregnant and nursing moms qualify for a free breast pump through insurance.

Once you submit your “Qualify Through Insurance Form“, they contact your insurance on your behalf to verify your coverage. After verification, they contact you to explain all of your available options, and then gather and submit all the required paperwork to get your pump mailed to you. Easy Peasy!

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Aeroflow can also help after your baby arrives. Aeroflow Pediatrics can help your family with nebulizers, biliblankets, and many other medical necessities!


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Comments 15

  1. PrincessMom

    Honestly, I’m glad for those who can make this work but it was a huge hassle when I tried to do it a few years ago. They said I couldn’t get it before the baby was born then after the baby was here they said it would be weeks before it went through. I wasn’t going to wait weeks and just bought one, it was like $60.

    • Astacy99

      That’s funny. Sorry you had that experience. I ordered one through my insurance in 2015 when I was about 7 months pregnant. Got mine in about 4 days no hassle at all. I got it through Edgepark Medical Supply.

      • rochellemcgee

        Same here. Mine came well in advance of my delivery.

    • Mama2Nine

      I couldn’t get one until after delivery and that’s usually when ob nurses help moms order them. Most companies wait to make sure you are really breast feeding and you delivered.

  2. Mama2Nine

    I taught lactation classes for a long time. These breast pumps through insurance are not as great as quality as you would get from the store. I used my insurance with my last three babies and all three broke within the first few uses. I am not trying to start drama. I’m simply sharing this information about the pumps bc a lot of first time and multiple moms get discouraged and give up thinking it’s them. It’s not! It’s the junk pumps! Buy a real pump.. it helps tremendously in so many ways. I promise!!

    • Astacy99

      Certified Lactation counselor here and former LLL leader. I got a great pump through my insurance via Edgepark Medical Supply. I used Ameada with both of mine. Fortunately this brand worked well for me each time for about 18 months. As long as I kept up with the maintenance of replacing tubing or membranes if needed, I was golden.

    • Quinna

      I’ve gotten two Medela PIS free through insurance and they were exactly the same quality as the one my sister in law purchased at a store. Never had and issues with them.

      • Mama2Nine

        That’s awesome! I’m glad you had a good experience.
        Some moms don’t and I don’t want them feeling hopeless or that it them that’s the issue, when it could be their pump.
        That’s why I posted.

    • laurentomkomarshall

      I was able to get the Spectra through mine for way less than it actually costs (I think I had to pay $50 but the pump is actually $200).

  3. Kris

    I think how easy or a hassle purely depends on your type of insurance. Some insurances won’t pay until he Abby is born. Some only do it by mail. Some only cover single brest pump(who makes those anymore??) Others will donit before baby is born. Some will let you go to a med supply store or your nearest pharmacy.

  4. samfs

    Email me samfs2016@ gmail if someone wants to buy Lansinoh or medela new breastpumps.

  5. Lauren

    I got a spectra s2 (which is a great pump that has worked reliably for 2.5 years…at least 1000 pumping sessions) through my insurance (actually, I got 2—one for each kid!), and it was completely hassle free. First one was through Amerihealth and second through Aetna. Please don’t let all the negative comments discourage you from looking into it!

  6. Milissa

    Yummymummy.com was a stress free super easy process to get one through insurance!

  7. Kelly

    I received one 5 years ago. Super easy through insurance. I opted to upgrade for a few more dollars to one that would better work for a traveling momma. Had like 18 months or so and was still going strong when I passed it on.

  8. Lambchop4ever

    Also, look to see if your insurance covers replacement parts. Aeroflow will see if your insurance covers new flanges, tubing, backflow protectors and duckbills. Mine come as a set every three months for free!

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