- posted: Mar. 06, 2023
As a new mom, you may be interested in breastfeeding your child. There are many benefits to breastfeeding, but it can be a difficult journey to start on. You might run into issues along the way and not be sure how to get the help that you need with breastfeeding. Dr. Theresa Rinker, Dr. Amanda Zinger, and our wonderful team of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners at Health Care for Children in Kansas City, MO, offer lactation support in office to help you on your lactation journey.
What to Expect from Lactation Support
When your child’s pediatrician, offers lactation support, you may not really be sure what to expect from this experience. Breastfeeding is a special bond between a mom and her baby and it’s important that you’re getting the support you need during this experience. Your lactation consultant is here to provide all the help that you may need along the way.
During lactation support, your consultant can help you with any issue that you may run into. Your baby might have issues latching on and your lactation consultant can help make adjustments to make the process easier. With this, they can make sure that your baby is getting enough milk and address any concerns you may have with the process.
You might be frustrated with the breastfeeding process, but your consultant is here to offer support and reassurance as you work toward your goals with your baby. If you’re concerned about any issues you run into while breastfeeding, they are here for every step of the process!
Contact Your Lactation Consultant Today
Breastfeeding isn’t always an easy process but it’s important that you’re getting the support and encouragement that you need! Contact Dr. Rinker, Dr. Zinger, and our team of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners at Health Care for Children in Kansas City, MO, to learn more about lactation support and what you can expect! Call for more information at (816) 792-1170.
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