Now billing most insurance carriers!
A consult is helpful when
- You just have questions and need answers!
- You’re concerned about your baby’s behavior, including
- not latching
- falling asleep quickly at the breast
- sleeping too much or not enough
- being fussy at the breast or inconsolable
- latching then sliding down the nipple or slipping off the breast
- You have concerns about baby’s weight or stool output
- You feel like you don’t have enough milk — or feel like you have too much milk
- You have severe engorgement
- You have difficulty getting a comfortable latch
- Another care provider suspects a tongue tie or other oral / oromotor issue is impairing feeding
Follow Up: $140
Follow Up: $75
Refundable deposits pending insurance reimbursement.
We accept most forms of payment: credit cards, debit cards, HSA cards, Paypal, Venmo, cash, checks.
During Your Visit
You’ll meet with an experienced and compassionate International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) either in your home or in our home office in Morningside (near Emory University).
Your parenting and feeding decisions will be supported unconditionally.
We will assist with feeding and perform pre-and post-feed weight checks to measure the volume of milk your infant transfers.
We will provide ongoing support and encouragement after your consultation via email, phone calls, or follow up visits.
We will provide you with accurate, evidence-based information and a customized plan for you and your baby.
A report of your consultation will be sent to your health care provider and baby’s.
What to Expect & Online Scheduling
Prior to the appointment, you’ll provide a thorough history via our secure, HIPAA-compliant online forms. (It even works on your phone!)
Please start a full feed for baby 2 hours before the start of our appointment. The feed should wrap up 90 minutes before the appointment.
Please have available:
- A written log of the past 24 hours (stools, feed frequency and volume, if pumping, pumping frequency and output).
- If you are supplementing because baby is not latching, have a filled bottle with expressed breast milk or formula.
- All tools you are currently using for feeding.
- Your breast pump, all attachments, power supply.