Receive help with breastfeeding, expressing, and preparing to breastfeed.
Does it hurt when you breastfeed? Does your baby always seem to be hungry? How do you know if your baby is getting enough milk?
If you would like help and support with breastfeeding and expressing, Marianne Sturm is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) who can offer a consultation in the privacy of your own home.
Marianne can assist you with:
How to establish breastfeeding in the early weeks, and help to overcome challenges, such as sore nipples or difficulty in positioning and attaching (latching).
How to manage low milk supply or breast refusal.
Feeding strategies for women who have flat or inverted nipples, blocked ducts or mastitis
Developing a feeding plan for a premature or late premature (34-37 weeks) baby.
Marianne's services also cater for antenatal women, so if you are pregnant and are planning to breastfeed, or if you have experienced difficulties with breastfeeding previously, you can contact Marianne for advice about breastfeeding in your specific situation.
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