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    Scagle88 posted:
    Does anyone know if blue cross blue shield provides breast pumps to soon to be moms who would like to breastfeed?
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    sdadkin responded:
    I have BCBS and I participate in a program called Life With Baby (not sure if it's just for my work or if it's through the insurance company). Anyway, there's a nurse that calls you to check up on you and when she called me she told me that I will be getting a breast pump for free through my insurance. She said that I just have to call them after I deliver and they will send it to me. Plus, it's a really nice one. It's the Medela Pump In Style.


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