Research shows that mothers who receive help in the early days 
tend to have an easier time breastfeeding and tend to breastfeed longer. 

I am an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and can help you with the following issues and more... 
Establishing your milk supply & getting started with breastfeeding
Latch issues
Low milk supply
Returning to work/pumping
Any other breastfeeding questions, concerns or issues

A Step-By-Step Guide To Diagnosing Tongue/LipTies 

Tongue Tie ~ from confusion to clarity  http://www.tonguetie.net/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1

Is My Baby Tongue Tied?http://www.cwgenna.com/quickhelp.html 

Tell Me About Tongue Ties!  https://breastfeedingusa.org/content/article/tell-me-about-tongue-ties

  Dr. Bobby Ghaheri
    http://www.drghaheri.com/ 

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    Prenatal Breastfeeding Classes Recommended for all mothers to gain knowledge about breastfeeding, how making milk works, and strategies for success.This class can be taught in a group or individual setting.

2.5 Hours  

              Services and fees

 Initial Consultation
A private in home visit which includes a detailed written care plan, a report to your health care provider, and phone or email follow-up as needed, until the problem is resolved or improved.
2 hours (sometimes longer)
 $250.00 ~ $300.00

 Follow Up Consultation                      $125.00 

 Prenatal Consultation                     We will discuss the basics and benefits of breastfeeding, how breastfeeding works, ways to avoid and overcome common breastfeeding issues and how to know if things are going well.               $150.00                                              

 Please email or call for more    information 203 530 9053                      doulab14@gmail.com


Initiation of Breastfeeding by Breast Crawl (click here)

Every newborn, when placed on the mother's abdomen, soon after birth, has the ability to find its mother's breast all on its own and to decide when to take the first breastfeed. This is called the 'Breast Crawl'.

Hand Expression of Breastmilk

http://newborns.stanford.edu/Breastfeeding/HandExpression.html (click here)

Until recently hand expression of milk has been an under-utilized skill in our institution. But there are many benefits of knowing how to express milk from the breast without the use of expensive or cumbersome pumps. In this video, Dr. Jane Morton demonstrates how easily hand expression can be taught to mothers.

Dr. Jane Morton,  Stanford School of Medicine