WeMoms
24 May 2022

The breast pump

You can get a breast pump to be able to breastfeed your baby at any time, which is practical and allows you to feed your baby if you go back to work or if you are not available at the time when your baby is hungry.

  • Breast pumps can be manual or electric, and depending on how often you use them, investing in an electric model may be a good solution.
  • Some have a massage cushion that helps milk flow.
  • You can express your milk and place it in the refrigerator to save some for later feeding.
  • It can also help when your breasts are engorged and you produce too much milk.
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Bry 😘
13 Nov 2022

How do y’all get approved through insurance for the breast pump? I keep using aerobreastpump website & I put in my insurance info & it sent me an email saying I was approved but still won’t let me add a breast pump to my cart . It still says checking for eligibility which is weird ……

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Bry 😘
10 Nov 2022

For those of you who have a good breast pump and those of you who are getting a baby camera monitor ? Can y’all please post the link where you got yours from ? Yes I know Amazon! BUT what exactly one did you get because it’s so hard to choose from & I don’t want a difficult one . AND NO , I can’t get the free breast pump because when I signed up , it’s saying I need a prescription from my dr 😒

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katie
7 Oct 2022

Breast pump advice needed! So I’m about to buy a breast pump since baby will come in a few short weeks. I do plan on breast feeding as much as possible, but I want to get a pump incase. Should I go ahead and spend a little over $100 on an electric hands free pump ? Or get a medela hand pump? Does the medela hand pump work as well as an electric? How do they feel for first time moms?

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ADS
16 Sep 2022

Anyone have zomee breast pump i need 20 inserts and i cant find none for the zomee breast pump…. Help? Advice?

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Lauren
6 Aug 2022

So this is new to me, are u moms pumping or just hooking up to the breast pump before baby is born? An pumping? Or what? I thought about trying out my new breast pump? # 36 weeks pregnant! #breastpump #breastmilk #pumping #howyalldoingi #pumpingbeforebabyisborn

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Cody Rae
5 Jul 2022

Anyone using a portable breast pump like Momcozy? What are your thoughts on it? I recently just got a double electric breast pump from my insurance but I would love a portable one! 🍼

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FAITH
27 Jun 2022

Okay during pregnancy I forgot to buy breast pump and formula wasn't too about it.after birth I decided to breastfeed n formula but my son doesn't want to breastfeed,now my breasts are forming milk, he doesn't want it and I don't have breast pump. Been hurting to two days now.boy I tell your the pain ain't no joke.!!

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Sonia
21 Jun 2022

I got a free breast pump at the hospital when I gave birth last time..but that was almost 8 years ago..did anyone get a free breast pump at the hospital now? Just curious 🤔

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Brittany
15 Jun 2022

I was wondering if anyone had any experience with either the Lansinoh 2.0 Double Electric Breast Pump or the Motif Luna Double Electric Breast Pump. My insurance only covers certain devices and these are the two I have narrowed down to from my options. I may end up needing a different model if the one I chose does not work, but I'm really hoping the free one does the trick! This is my first pregnancy so, I would really appreciate any breast pump advice you may have! Thank you 💙

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Infinity
30 May 2022

My free breast pump came today , any mama who's questioning if getting a breast pump through their insurance using Aeroflow DO IT. My Medela pump retails at $200-240 in stores and I got it completely FREE & the process was quick & easy. !

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