Are breast pumps covered by an FSA?

Though people debated their use, the IRS ruled in 2011 that breast pumps and accessories would become an FSA eligible product. The reasoning behind it is because breast pumps are applied for medical care (assisting lactation).

Early hand-operated breast pumps have paved the way for electric pumps reflecting the needs of modern, on-the-go moms. Curious about which breast pump accessories are covered by an FSA?

FSA eligible breastfeeding accessories include:

- The breast pump itself (cost or rental fee).

- Breast pump parts.

- Accessories such as storage bottles, storage bags, gel pads, nursing pads, nipple shields, conversion kits, areola stimulator, car adapter. offers FSA eligible breast pumps and accessories from companies including Medela and Ameda (options below).

The Medela Pump in Style Advanced, On the Go Tote Solution Set provides easy and discreet pumping anywhere.

1 Pump in Style Advanced, On the Go Tote Breastpump

30 Disposable Bra Pads

2 oz tube of TenderCare Lanolin

5 Quick Clean Bags

24 Quick Clean Wipes

20 Pump and Save Breastmilk Bags

1 Medela Breastfeeding Resource Guide + 1 Medela Breastmilk Storage Guidelines Magnet

Ameda Purely Yours Breast Pump also offers flexible, discreet options for moms on-the-go.

Dual Hygienic Kit

AC power adapter cotton breast pads

Milk storage guide magnet

Manual pump adapter handle

Cool 'N Carry Tote cooling elements

Instructions 4-ounce bottles with tops

FSA Eligible Baby & Mom