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Lansinoh - Bolsas de provisiones para leche materna, 50 u.
Lansinoh - Bolsas de provisiones para leche materna, 50 u.
Lansinoh
$16.49
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Lansinoh - Almohadillas desechables para lactancia, absorbentes, 60 u.
Lansinoh - Almohadillas desechables para lactancia, absorbentes, 60 u.
Lansinoh
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Lansinoh - Extractor de leche manual
Lansinoh - Extractor de leche manual
Lansinoh
$36.99
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Lansinoh TheraPearl Breast Therapy Pack, Breastfeeding Essentials, 2 Pack
Lansinoh TheraPearl Breast Therapy Pack, Breastfeeding Essentials, 2 Pack
Lansinoh
$15.99
$8.0 / c/u.
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Harmony Manual Breast Pump with Personal Fit Flex
Harmony Manual Breast Pump with Personal Fit Flex
Medela
$32.99
$32.99 / c/u.
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Lansinoh Peri Bottle for Gentle Postpartum Care and Cleansing, 12.2 OZ
Lansinoh Peri Bottle for Gentle Postpartum Care and Cleansing, 12.2 OZ
Lansinoh
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Lansinoh 4% Lidocaine Spray for Postpartum Care, 3.5 OZ
Lansinoh 4% Lidocaine Spray for Postpartum Care, 3.5 OZ
Lansinoh
$13.99
$4.0 / oz.
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Motherlove More Milk Plus, 60 count
Motherlove More Milk Plus, 60 count
Motherlove Herbal Company
$26.99
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Medela Quick Clean Breastpump & Accessorty Wipes, 24CT
Medela Quick Clean Breastpump & Accessorty Wipes, 24CT
Medela
$8.99
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Motherlove More Milk Moringa, 60 count
Motherlove More Milk Moringa, 60 count
Motherlove Herbal Company
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Breast Milk Storage Bags, 25 CT
Breast Milk Storage Bags, 25 CT
Medela
$8.49
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Medela Quick Clean Micro-Steam - Bolsas
Medela Quick Clean Micro-Steam - Bolsas
Medela
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Frida Mom 2-in-1 Lactation Massager
Frida Mom 2-in-1 Lactation Massager
Fridababy
$34.99
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PureBaby Double Electric Breast Pump - 5 Stimulation Modes, 9 Expression Modes
PureBaby Double Electric Breast Pump - 5 Stimulation Modes, 9 Expression Modes
Pure Enrichment
$109.99
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CVS Health Nursing Manual Breast Pump Kit
CVS Health Nursing Manual Breast Pump Kit
CVS Health
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$28.99
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Crane Electric Breast Pump
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Crane Electric Breast Pump
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Silicone Breast Milk Collector
Silicone Breast Milk Collector
Medela
$19.99
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Dapple Baby Breast Pump Cleaner 25ct Wipes - Fragrance Free
Dapple Baby Breast Pump Cleaner 25ct Wipes - Fragrance Free
Dapple
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Nyssa Breast & Chest Reusable Ice/Heat Packs, Set of 2
Nyssa Breast & Chest Reusable Ice/Heat Packs, Set of 2
Nyssa
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Medela - Almohadillas desechables para sujetador para lactancia
Medela - Almohadillas desechables para sujetador para lactancia
Medela
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Breast Pumps

Breast milk is nature's intended food for infants, and experts recommend that new mothers nurse their infants for at the least the first six months. Breast pumps can make it easier to keep up with nursing when you're away from your baby. At CVS, you'll find a diverse assortment of breast pumps and accessories to simplify breastfeeding. You can purchase a pump and accessories online and have you order delivered to your door.

Breast Pump Use

There are a number of reasons why mothers may choose to use breast pumps. Expressing milk makes it possible for the other parent and caregivers to feed a baby so that Mom can have a break. Breast pumps also allow mothers to return to work and still provide their little ones with breast milk. Plus, pumping can help to support a nursing mother's milk supply.

Types Of Breast Pumps

There are two types of breast pumps available: manual and automatic. A manual pump typically has a lever handle that the user squeezes to create a suction and express milk. With an automatic pump, a battery-powered or electric motor creates the suction, allowing for hands-free use. Generally, automatic breast pumps are recommended for mothers who will be pumping daily, while manual pumps provide a more economical alternative for occasional use. Automatic breast pumps are available in single and double pump models. Usually, single pump models are more affordable. Double pump models are preferred by many women because they speed up the pumping process.

Breast Milk Storage

When purchasing a breast pump, you'll need to consider how you will store your breast milk. Some breast pumps collect milk directly into bottles that can be outfitted with nipples for feedings. Others feature disposable bags that can be stored in the refrigerator or freezer. You can also purchase milk storage bags and containers separately for storing breast milk.

Nipple Cream For Nursing

Many mothers experience discomfort and inconveniences related to nursing, but there are accessories available to help deal with these concerns. Nursing pads can be worn inside of a bra to absorb leaks and prevent embarrassing wet spots on clothing. For nipple irritation, nursing mothers can apply nipple balms, creams and ointments. These products moisturize chapped nipples, promote healing and ease discomfort. Your medical provider can recommend the best nipple irritation relief solution for your needs and give you tips about nursing and using breast pumps.An essential for new moms is lanolin cream. Lanolina is often times infused in breast creams, or other very moisturizing lotions to help seal in moisture to the skin while also reducing water loss. It can help with skin irritation, and soothing tender and dry areas of the body.

What are the Best Breast Pumps & Accessories Brands?

How to Use a Breast Pump

Breast pumps are available in different styles and from varying brands. It is good practice to read all the instructions that come with whichever pump you choose, so you know how to use as well as how to clean and sanitize the device. Some general steps to follow on how to use a breast pump are:

  • Wash your hands and ensure the device is clean.

  • Find a comfortable place.

  • Hold your baby (if needed) to encourage milk letdown.

  • Use a breast shield with your nipple in the middle.

  • Increase the suction from a low level until the milk flow occurs.

  • Continue pumping until both breasts are emptied.

  • Clean the device thoroughly when completed.

How Often to Pump Breast Milk

Babies receive their nutrients through milk, formula, or breastfeeding. Having a breast pump to keep milk available when away from baby is excellent planning for when moms will be busy. Using a pump may be a new experience when breastfeeding, so knowing how often to use it is important for keeping the pumping process smooth and comfortable for mommy and baby. It is recommended to pump according to how frequently your infant is feeding, which helps your body maintain the same schedule. This could translate, for example, to up to 8-10 times in a 24-hour period.

How Long Are Breast Pumps Good for?

Unlike infant car seats, breast pumps don't have an expiration date. The length of time they last depends on how much they're used. Choosing a double-breast pump allows you to express milk from both breasts at once, which saves you time. It also reduces the number of hours that your breast pump is working, potentially extending its life span.  

Check the breast pump's warranty terms, as they vary between manufacturers. El Lasinoh manual breast pump offers a 1-year warranty on the pumping mechanisms and a 90-day guarantee on all other product components. For longer coverage, the PureBaby double electric breast pump includes a 5-year warranty.   

How Many Breast Pumps Does Insurance Cover?

Every health insurance plan has its own policies for breast pump coverage. But, generally speaking, you can expect it to cover one breast pump for each pregnancy.

If your baby is premature, your insurance company may cover the rental cost of a hospital-grade breast pump. This type of pump plus dietary supplements may help you meet your baby's nutritional requirements with breast milk. 

Some parents prefer to adjust to life with their baby before deciding on the best breast pump for their needs. However, your health plan may have different requirements. Check with your insurance company about when you should apply for a breast pump.

Does Medicaid Cover Breast Pumps?

Medicaid coverage varies by state, so check to see if your state covers the cost of a breast pump. Some plans may also cover the cost of pumping essentials, such as breast milk bags for storing the milk. But expect to pay out-of-pocket for bottles, as these aren't usually covered by Medicaid. For parents with a Flexible Spending Account, the Medela breast milk bottle is FSA eligible.