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Oxford Health Plans Breast Pumps With Insurance

Oxford Health Plans covers “breastfeeding support and counseling, and costs of breastfeeding equipment” as part of their preventative care services This is great news for new moms and moms-to-be! A Med Supplies takes care of the insurance side of things so you can focus on getting ready for your new baby. With the choice of top brands of electric breast pumps, you get to choose which pump is right for you. From top brand breast pumps Medela to Spectra and more, simply choose your insurance and your preferred brand and we’ll handle the rest. Click here to get started.

Do I Need To Breastfeed My Baby?

This is a question many mothers ask. Breastfeeding comes with its complications, especially for mothers who need to return to work soon after giving birth. It is possible for working mothers to continue to provide their babies with breast milk by using a breast pump to extract and store milk while they are away from their baby. This way, dads and caregivers can bottle-feed the little one without using formula. At the end of the day, breastfeeding is a personal choice and some mothers are unable to breastfeed. With advances in baby formula over the last decade, formula provides babies with the nutrients they need to grow and thrive. That being said, there are proven benefits that breast milk offers babies that formula cannot replicate.

  • Breast milk is better for digestion: It is possible for babies to be born allergic to their mother’s milk, but this is incredibly rare. In most cases, healthy babies are able to digest breast milk better than formula. This is because breast milk is essentially the perfect combination of lactose, proteins, and fat for your individual baby, whereas formula is designed for all babies. Babies who are breastfed have less instances of diarrhea and constipation.

  • Breastfeeding lowers the risk of illness and infection: Because of healthy bacteria and antibodies that transfer from mom to baby while breastfeeding, babies who nurse tend to have fewer trips to the doctor’s office for things like ear infections, colds, and respiratory infections. It is also believed that breastfeeding lowers the risk of developing allergies, asthma, diabetes, and even sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Additionally, breastfeeding helps babies gain the right amount of weight and lowers the risk of obesity later in childhood.

  • It’s free and easy: If you nurse your baby exclusively, you hypothetically do not have to buy bottles, nipples, and formula. This is not often possible, but pumping breast milk and having a constant supply can certainly lower the overall cost of feeding your little one. If nursing, you save time on sanitizing bottles, mixing formula, and warming up bottles in the middle of the night. Additionally, fewer trips to the doctor will save you money on co-pays.

  • More benefits for mom: Breastfeeding has been shown to help new mothers lose pregnancy weight as it burns extra calories. It also releases the hormone oxytocin, which can help your uterus return to its pre-pregnancy size quicker, and help you bond with your infant.

Free Breast Pump Through Insurance With Oxford Health Plans

Breastfeeding offers your baby benefits that formula alone cannot. Thankfully, most insurances cover free electric breast pumps so you can keep a supply of breast milk for your baby, even if you are not there to feed the little one. If you have Oxford Health Plans insurance and are interested in a free breast pump, head over to our insured breast pump page!

To continue with your FREE breast pump order click here - Breast pump cover by Oxford Insurance


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