Breastfeeding Problems?

If you're having problems breastfeeding, you're not alone. Many new moms have difficulties during breastfeeding. Problems can include (but not limited to) the following:

  • Breastfeeding pain/tenderness
  • Breast engorgement
  • Latching problems
  • Premature infant feeding
  • Breastfeeding position resources
  • Breastfeeding supplement management
  • Illness and breastfeeding
  • Infant weight gain
  • Returning to work/pumping
  • Milk supply management

Meet With a Lactation Consultant

During your visit one-hour visit, you will meet with one of our International Board-Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC) as well as a physician. Together you and your consultant will work though a feeding. Your consultant will help you tailor a feeding plan to help best support the needs of you and your baby. 

Visit Scheduling

You can schedule lactation visits at the time of your well-child check-ups or separately. These visits could be every three to five days, every two weeks—whatever schedule works for you. Many mothers choose to see a lactation consultant in the first weeks after your baby is born to get their breastfeeding off to the best start possible. 

To Prepare for Your Visit

To prepare for your visit, please do the following:

  • Bring your baby ready for a feeding. 
  • Avoid feeding for at least one hour before your visit if you are able. 
  • Bring any breastfeeding supplies If you are using any. These might include breastfeeding pillow/supports, supplemental nursing system (SNS), shields, breast pumps, and the like. 

We will bill your insurance for the cost of the visit.

Meet Your Breastfeeding Goals!

Early intervention can help you meet your breastfeeding goals! Call 801-213-2995 to schedule a lactation appointment.

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