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Prenatal Consultations

Anticipatory guidance can go a long way before the birth of your baby! 

A prenatal breastfeeding consult can include an overview of normal newborn behaviors, how maternal health, anatomy, and your birth experience can impact breastfeeding, how to know baby is getting enough, latching, positioning, how to use your new breast pump, and answering any questions you may have. 

Prenatal consults can be in person or virtual. 

Home Visits

Home visits can include a health and birth history for mom and baby, observation of a feeding, guidance on latching and positioning, weighted feeds to determine baby's milk intake at the breast, assessing for oral restrictions (lip and tongue tie), and troubleshooting other concerns.


Flange fit sizing for optimal and comfortable pumping and the need for breastfeeding aids such as nipple shields or supplemental nursing systems (SNS) during feeds can also be evaluated during a home visit.

A written care plan specific to your breastfeeding goals will be provided, along with up to two weeks of phone/e-mail follow up support.


Telehealth visits can include:


Pumping guidance - whether you are exclusively pumping, looking to establish return to work plans, or to increase your supply.


Creating a plan for weaning when you and baby are ready. 


Discussing any other questions or concerns that you may have that don't require an in-person visit! 

Home Visit Service Area:

Monmouth County: Allentown, Upper Freehold, Millstone

Ocean County: New Egypt, Jackson, Howell, Brick, Point Pleasant

Mercer County: Robbinsville, Hamilton

Burlington County: Chesterfield, North Hanover, Bordentown

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