When you’re expecting a baby, the last thing you want to stress about is how to purchase a breast pump; let alone worrying about breast pump suppliers. You need a supplier who will provide you peace of mind on your breast pumping journey so that you can relax and let the good times (and the breast milk) flow with your newborn. Whether it’s your first pump ever or if you’re a nursing pro, Pumps for Mom is here to help as one of the top breast pump suppliers in the country. Below, we break down everything you need to look for when purchasing a breast pump.
Experts to Guide You Through the Process
One item you should have at the top of your breast pump to-do list is finding a retailer with experts who are there to help, like the team at Pumps for Mom. Purchasing a breast pump or figuring out how to qualify for one through insurance can be confusing, so we walk you through the entire process. We verify your order, prescription, and insurance coverage. Then, one of our maternity intake specialists contacts you to discuss your product selection and shipping information. Finally, we ship products to your door, free of charge.
A Variety of Breast Pumps
Another thing to look for in a breast pump supplier is the type of pumps they offer. Pumps for Mom has a wide variety of the most popular breast pump brands such as:
Ameda breast pumps are known for their comfort, efficiency, and convenience. This breast pump also has impressive portability and exceptional safety features. The Ameda Mya Joy is one of Ameda’s most popular pumps with hospital strength and whisper-quiet operation.
Ardo breast pumps are some of the quietest on the market. They don’t sacrifice pumping strength and combine power with near silence. The Ardo Calypso Essentials features independent vacuum and cycle adjustments for maximum comfort and gentleness.
Elvie pumps make it easy to pump anytime, anywhere with one of the lightest and quietest pumps available. The Elvie Double Electric pump is a silent, wearable pump that connects to a free app for hassle-free pumping.
Lansinoh breast pumps prioritize comfortable and effective pumping. The Lansinoh Smartpump 2.0 Deluxe breast pump allows you to pump discreetly and confidently even when you’re on the go.
Medela is one of the most common breast pump brands on the market, and for a good reason. It allows you to express milk easily, safely, and quickly. The Medela Freestyle Flex is for active moms, since it features a rechargeable battery and no compromise on pumping performance.
Spectra pumps combine power and portability with an ultra-quiet motor to give moms the pumping flexibility they need with pumping power, customizable pump settings, and unbelievably quiet motors. The Spectra S2 Plus is portable and rechargeable, designed to bring comfort to active moms.
The Zomee Z2 offers more care for both mama and baby with its small size and capabilities, which allows moms to express milk anywhere. It is the only pump on the market with a touch screen, and its alternating double suction pattern provides greater stimulation to the breast.
Another thing to look for in a breast pump supplier is if they will assist you with qualifying for a breast pump through insurance, as we do at Pumps for Mom. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, insurance providers are incentivized to cover breast pumps. This rule doesn’t only apply to the most basic pumps, but it typically covers a wide range, even including double electric breast pumps. Most moms need a prescription to receive their free insurance pump and to order around the 30-week mark. It can be a complicated process, so we work with you to ensure you get the best option—fill out our form and see which pumps your insurance covers!
More than Just Breast Pumps
In addition to breast pumps and insurance options, check out what else your breast pump supplier offers. For example, we at Pumps for Mom also have accessories and compression products. Accessories include:
- Spectra Small Cap Bottle Adapters
- Drive Blood Pressure Monitor
- Kiinde Narrow-Neck Pouches
- Medela Milk Storage Bags
- Kiinde Anika Pump Bag
- Kiinde 2-in-1 Non-Slip Bibs
Our current compression offerings include:
- Motherload—Maternity Support Band
- Angelica—Postpartum Recovery Garment
- Sienna—C-section Recovery Garment
- Capa—Compression Socks
- Leilani—Post-Pregnancy Body Shaper
A Dedicated Team
One of the most significant factors that can make or break your breast pump supplier choice is access to a team of dedicated professionals to help you. Our Maternity Product Specialists directly contact your insurance company and doctor to file a claim. If you aren’t covered by insurance, we still offer the top brands at lower costs than retailers. If you have any questions or need a breast pump now, reach out today to get started.