Finding the Breast Pump that's Best for You
Many new moms want to make sure to have a breast pump when baby arrives. Breast pumps can help mother’s milk come in more quickly, can help keep milk production up, and are essential for working breastfeeding moms. Breast pumps can also help alleviate issues with clogged ducts or sore nipples – we think you get the picture – breast pumps have many uses and are really nice to have with a newborn around.
So, where do you start with figuring out where and how to get a breast pump, and which pumps are best? We are here to help and we understand exactly what you are going through. Collectively our founders and key employees have more than two decades of personal experience in breastfeeding and newborn care.
Next Steps for Getting a Breast Pump to Meet Your Needs
Our sister company, Pumping Essentials, has been supporting the success of breastfeeding moms since 2008. They can help you find the breast pump that is best for you – either fully or partially covered by your insurance provider! Once you pick out your pump package, they begin the process of verifying your eligibility. When approved, Pumping Essentials ships the pump directly to your door and they process your claim on your behalf. They make this process so easy! This gives you more time to relax and focus on the most important thing in your life: your growing family.
Pumping Essentials partners with the best breast pump brands out there like: Medela, Spectra, Ameda Lansinoh and BelleMa. They also offer must-have pumping supplies for the new mom via their website. Choose from necessities like: pumping bags, nursing covers, tanks, bras, nursing pads, milk storage bags, breastsheilds and more. They have picked some of their favorite items and brands to showcase to help you save time and energy.
Preparing for baby can be quite overwhelming. Please check out the Pumping Essentials FAQ pageand feel free to call with any questions. We are all here to support you.
The Pumping Essentials team can be reached via phone:1-866-688-4203 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go Mama! You’ve got this and we have you covered!