Lynnette has been an international board certified lactation consultant since 2005. She has worked in private practice, hospital, WIC, and community breastfeeding support settings.
Lynnette’s philosophy of lactation support is to take care of the mother so she can take care of her baby. She will collaborate with you to develop a breastfeeding plan that works for you, your baby, and your family as a whole.
What is a lactation consultation?
An in-home visit consists of approximately 1.5 hours, during which I will ask you about your and your baby’s medical and feeding history; evaluate your baby’s latch, your milk production, the condition of your breasts and nipples; and address any questions or concerns you have about feeding your baby. I will bring a digital scale that can measure how much milk your baby takes when he or she breastfeeds. We will work together on a plan of care to help you meet your breastfeeding goals in a way that works for you and your family.
A telehealth consultation consists of about 45–60 minutes of encrypted videochat depending on the complexity of your situation. HIPAA-compliant software will be used to protect your privacy. We will address latching, your milk supply, the condition of your breasts and nipples, and how well your baby appears to be feeding by observation of visual and auditory cues. Depending on your situation, I may ask for pictures and video clips prior to the consult. Your questions and concerns will be addressed, and a plan of care will be developed.
I will share the results of our consultation with your pediatrician, obstetrician, and/or midwife as appropriate.
The cost for an in-home visit is a flat fee of $225.* If you live further than a 30-minute drive from me, a travel fee of $25 will be assessed. Telehealth consultations are 60% of my regular rate, so $135 per 45-60 min consult. I will provide an invoice to send to your insurance company to seek reimbursement.
*If you have Medicaid or WIC, or you or your spouse are unemployed due to COVID, I will reduce my rate by 50%; payment plans are available as needed.
Sore nipples and painful breastfeeding
Working and breastfeeding
Combination breast- and formula-feeding
Poor infant weight gain
Flat and inverted nipples
Plugged ducts and breast/nipple infections
Breastfeeding after breast surgery
Prenatal breastfeeding education