Whether your going back to work or have responsibilities that mean you need to be away from your baby for a few hours, a powerful and efficient breast pump can make all the difference to help you continue breastfeeding . But double electric pumps like the popular Medela Pump in Style  that can make a big difference in helping moms  stick with breastfeeding come with a daunting price tag of around $300.
That's one reason why a new regulation, which went into effect August 1, has been put in place requiring insurance  companies to offer cover breast pumps and lactation consultants for mothers without co-pays or deductibles. Translation: you can now get a free fancy breast pump! Breastfeeding supplies and support are two of the new preventive care services now available to women thanks to the Affordable Care Act . However, even though the policy seems simplistic it's actually a tough one to navigate. Here's what you need to know about getting a breast pump covered by your insurance.
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This is fantastic! Has anyone called their insurance company yet to see what is/isn't covered? Tell us your experience!