I came across a website I wanted to share with you! There is now a way to get a breast pump through your insurance- no matter what health insurance you have-
Does insurance have to give you a breast pump?
Under the ACA, insurance companies must cover a breast pump and supplies at no cost to pregnant members or members who just gave birth and are breastfeeding.
Coverage of breast pumps
Your health insurance plan must cover the cost of a breast pump. It may be either a rental unit or a new one you'll keep. Your plan may have guidelines on whether the covered pump is manual or electric, the length of the rental, and when you'll receive it (before or after birth).
Google will give you multiple sites, the one I have found to offer the most "packages" through the benefit of insurance is Aeroflow- there are multiple different manufacturers and multiple different styles. I picked Motif, simply because it came with the hands-free pumping bra.
I was nervous it wouldn't fit because it compasses sizes XS-L- but this bra has got multiple different ways to expand- and it fits me great.
All of these brands are good and have great reviews, feel free to go through each page and find the package that you feel would work best for your personal needs.
I got an email after I made my selection, and I was updated through FedEx ground every step of the way-
My pump was delivered within 10 business days
What a huge relief it is knowing this is an option- I absolutely wanted to share!