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Free Breast Pumps With Insurance Through United Health Care

Expecting moms insured by United Health Care can rest easy knowing that they are eligible to receive a free breast pump with insurance. Through their Women’s Preventative Care Provision, United Health Care covers breastfeeding counseling as well as breastfeeding equipment. At A Med Supplies, we want to make receiving your breast pump as easy and simple as possible. When you go through us, we will handle the insurance side of things and send you your free pump in the mail. This gives you the benefit of having access to discounted breastfeeding supplies and accessories such as nursing bras and pillows at discounted rates. When going through A Med Supplies, you have the option of top quality breast pumps from brands like Medela, Ardo, Spectra, and Ameda. Get started  to receive your free breast pump through United Health Care insurance.

Reasons To Breastfeed Your Baby

While the decision to breastfeed is always a personal choice that a mother makes, studies have shown there are multiple benefits for both mothers and babies when it comes to breastfeeding. Thankfully, modern baby formula provides everything a baby needs to develop and thrive, so feeding your baby formula can keep them nourished just fine. However, there are benefits of breast milk that formula just cannot replicate.

  • Low risk of illness and hospitalizations: Baby’s are born with incredibly limited immune systems. Breast milk contains antibodies from the mother’s own immune system that are transferred to the baby while nursing. This results in a boosted immune system for your new baby, as well as fewer instances of ear infections, respiratory illness, and meningitis.

  • Long-term benefits: the positive side effects of breastfeeding doesn’t stop after infancy. Babies who are breastfed for the recommended six months or longer show lower risk of diabetes, obesity, asthma, and allergies later in childhood. Additionally, babies who are breastfed are shown to have higher levels of cognitive development than formula-fed babies.

  • Breastfeeding is free: While many mothers cannot be there to physically nurse their baby every time the baby needs to eat, if they could, their little one could eat for free without needing bottles and other supplies. However, with a quality breast pump, mothers can pump milk and store it in bottles for dads and caretakers to feed the baby, rather than buying formula. This also helps to keep the baby’s diet consistent, reducing instances of diarrhea and constipation.

  • Benefits for mom: Mothers who breastfeed are shown to have less instances of postpartum depression, and also report having a stronger bond with their baby. Additionally, breastfeeding can burn around 500 calories per day, helping new moms drop excess baby weight more quickly. Nursing releases the hormone oxytocin, which helps the uterus to contract and return to pre-pregnancy size, reducing the amount of postpartum bleeding.

Get A Free Breast Pump With United Health Care Insurance

Breastfeeding can be difficult for new moms, especially without the proper supplies. A top quality breast pump can help a mother who feels discomfort when nursing provide her baby with breast milk, and can also aid in the transition when a mother returns to work. An electric breast pump allows mothers to pump and store milk, giving the opportunity for dads and caretakers to bottle-feed the little one while still using breast milk. To get your free breast pump with United Health Care insurance, head over to our insured breast pump page insured breast pump page to get started.

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