Portable Breast Pumps through Insurance

Getting a free portable breast pump covered by insurance is hassle-free with 1 Natural Way. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, most insurance plans cover breastfeeding essentials. This means you can buy a top-quality portable breast pump without any out-of-pocket expenses. Best of all, we handle all the insurance-related paperwork and details, so you don't have to!

Although they come in all shapes and sizes, portable breast pumps have an important feature in common - they don't need an electrical outlet to pump. For busy moms having the flexibility to pump where and when you need to (not when it's convenient) is critical.

Power sources range from internal, rechargeable batteries to AA batteries inside the pump or an external battery pack, which means you never have to search for an outlet or run home when you need to pump.

Frequently Asked Questions about Portable Pumps

What is a portable breast pump, and how does it differ from traditional breast pumps?

A portable breast pump is a compact and lightweight device designed for moms who need flexibility and mobility while pumping. Unlike traditional electric pumps, these are usually smaller, more discreet, and offer the freedom to pump without being tied to an electrical outlet. They are ideal for working moms, travelers, and those who value on-the-go convenience.

Do portable pumps come with different flange sizes for a customized fit?

Many portable breast pumps offer a range of flange sizes to accommodate varying breast shapes and sizes. Ensuring a proper fit can enhance comfort and milk output, so choose the size that suits you best.

Can I just use a portable breast pump?

Yes, you can use a portable breast pump as your primary breast pumping solution. Portable breast pumps are designed to be efficient and convenient, making them a great choice for many breastfeeding moms. However, whether a portable pump is suitable for you may depend on your specific needs and lifestyle.

Can you get a portable breast pump through insurance?

Many insurance plans cover breast pumps, including portable ones. To find out if you qualify, instantly verify your insurance and select from top brands. We will submit your prescription request to your healthcare provider directly and get your supplies delivered fast!

How far along do you have to be to get a breast pump through insurance?

The timing for obtaining a breast pump through insurance can vary depending on your insurance provider and location. However, it's common for insurance to cover breast pumps during the third trimester of pregnancy or after the baby's birth. It's advisable to contact your insurance provider to understand the specific timing and process.

Is it worth getting a portable breast pump?

Portable breast pumps are valuable for moms who need flexibility, want to pump on the go, or return to work. They provide convenience and the ability to pump discreetly in various settings.

What is the difference between wearable and portable breast pumps?

Wearable breast pumps and portable breast pumps are often used interchangeably, but there are subtle differences. Wearable breast pumps are typically designed to be worn inside a bra, offering hands-free and discreet pumping. Portable breast pumps, while also portable and convenient, may not always be as discreet or as wearable as the specific wearable models.