Lactation

Are you concerned you won't make enough milk?

Want to get a plan to make sure breastfeeding will be successful?

Concerned about pain?

We can help you find your way to success. 

Nursing Newborn

$200.00

Prenatal Lactation Calm

  • Assess possible issues that can hinder your experience 

  • Create a plan  for success

  • Get possible evidence based and practical solutions 

  • One 90 minute consult via phone and or texting to discuss whatever the concern in 

  • Follow up email summary 

  • Understanding of what is normal or not 

  • Real time help when you need it 

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$100.00

Basic Email Support

Have time? Write any and all of your questions down in a one time email and get some goals and options outlined for $100. A great budget friendly way to cover all your bases or try the service out. 

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$200.00

Pumping matters 

  • Plans for going back to work, building supply, exclusive pumping and more

  • Access possible issues that can hinder your experience 

  • Get possible evidence based and practical solutions create a plan for success 

  • One 90 minute consult via phone and or texting to discuss whatever the concern in 

  • Follow up email summary 

  • Understanding pump and accessory options 

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$175.00

VIP Fast Track Email

Need a quick response? This fast track option means you will get a response within 24 hours. Write any and all of your questions in a one time email and get a response with suggestions, goals and options outlined for $175 . Great way to try the new service! 

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$400.00

Lactation consult 

  • Learn how to know you are making enough milk 

  • Understand how your baby gets milk and if they are getting enough 

  • Create a plan  for possible weight or supply issues 

  • Fix sore nipples or latch issues if needed 

  • 24 hour plan 

  • 2 weeks of follow up texts or emails to make sure we are on the right track 

  • Understand what is normal and what is not for a newborn 

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