Quoting Alliegracesmom:How do I find out about this?
I need to do this. I wonder if it's only for working moms or any mom? ALso do you have to ask for it before you have the baby(if so how far is too far in advance) & if not how long after?
I checked my plan and it says, Too bad baby is 3.5 months old. So he was too old by the time it started to get an electric.
If you decide to breast feed your new baby, and want to buy a breast
pump and supplies, you can purchase directly from the Aetna
participating breast pump suppliers below.
If your plan covers in
network women’s preventive services at no cost share, you can get a
breast pump from the suppliers below at no out-of-pocket cost. You will
not pay any co-pay, coinsurance or deductible.
Even if your plan
does not cover women’s preventive services with no cost share, you can
still get a breast pump from the suppliers listed below at an Aetna
The Women’s Preventive Health Breast Feeding Benefit includes:
Plans with the women’s preventive services benefit also cover up to six
visits with a lactation consultant if you need support with breast
feeding. Your in-network ob/gyn or pediatrician may offer these services
through their office. You may also check our online provider directory
on Aetna Navigator®. Or call the Member Services number on your Aetna ID card to find a lactation consultant in our network.
The electric options they have are Melodi Advanced Breast Pump, Medela Pump In Style Advanced, and Ameda Purely Yours breast pump, it doesn't say what the manual pump options are.
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