It’s entirely possible it will — under the Affordable Care Act insurance companies are obligated to provide a breast pump to breastfeeding mothers. But, beware: many insurance companies have stipulations stating that they will cover breast pumps one time only — and if you get reimbursed for, say, a one-week rental, you are no longer eligible for the free personal use double-pump (which often cost ~$300 out-of-pocket). This is all to say that you should be cautious, check with your insurance company, and that it may be in your better interest not to seek reimbursement. (We will, however, provide you with the appropriate paperwork to do so if you wish).
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