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Tricare FAQ

At The Breastfeeding Shop, we understand all of the excitement and challenges that motherhood brings, and we aim to provide support throughout your journey. We offer breast pumps and accessories at no cost through insurance to help moms all over the world give their babies the best nutrition. Like pregnancy, breastfeeding is a unique experience for every mom and infant, and most moms have many questions on how to go about getting the supplies they need. Our Tricare FAQ page includes some of the most commonly asked questions, and some helpful answers, about The Breastfeeding Shop.

Tricare FAQ Page

As long as the prescription is signed by a doctor, a nurse practitioner, or physicians assistant, any script will work.

Depending on the insurance verification process it should take 2-5 business days to receive your breast pump.

It should take no longer than 5 business days to hear from us if, for you reason you haven’t, you can reach us anytime at 866-255-6779 customerservice@thebreastfeedingshop.com for rushed orders!

We are here to help and make sure you get the right size flange. You can order through us with your Tricare Insurance at any time.

Some insurance pay for additional accessories call to inquire 866-255-6779 or e-mail customerservice@thebreastfeedingshop.com

 

At a minimum, it should say, “Double Electric Breast Pump / E0603” and Accessory Kit / Supplies. Also, it should say the length of need, “Up to 36 Months.”

You will receive flanges, tubing, valves,  membranes, and bottles.

 

Yes, we ship your breast pump anywhere in the world.

 

Please first call the breast pump manufacturer for any mechanical issues with your breast pump.

You can reach :
Medela customer service 800-435-8316
Spectra customer service 855-446-6622
Ameda customer service 866-992-6332
Ardo customer service 844-411-2736
Lansinoh customer service 800-292-4794
Evenflo customer service 855-334-2229
 

If you still are having problems please call us – 866-255-6779 or e-mail customerservice@thebreastfeedingshop.com

The baby has to be born to receive additional accessories.