Reestablishing a milk supply after your baby has stopped breastfeeding, or the mother has stopped pumping, can be started days, weeks, months or even years after the mother has stopped producing breast milk. There are many different pathways of restoring your milk production based upon your individual circumstances, and, your success is based upon your individual goals.
There is much to learn about what you can do of recover your breastmilk production and restore your breastfeeding. We’re offering a “safe space” for you to learn how your body produces breastmilk for your baby.
“You have questions. We have answers.”
• If you recently delivered and your breastfeeding experience is less than you hoped for
• If you are doing “both” breastmilk and formula feeding
• If you have milk production issues
• If you could not breastfeed due to circumstances beyond your control during delivery
• Weaning sounded like the right choice at the time, but now you regret having done so
Why should we care?
“One teaspoon of breastmilk contains approximately 3,000,000 phagocytic or “germ fighting cells.” “Your body is truly amazing!”
One-on-one private consults are available, as well as clinical support that may include your physician, your baby’s pediatrician, and your family. Emotional support services are also available, if desired.
You can use breast milk "medicinally." You have the right to protect your infant feeding during a pandemic by restoring your breastfeeding. Please join us!
About our Instructor:
Cynthia Epps, MS, IBCLC, is an Infant Feeding Specialist in private practice. She holds a Master's degree in Nutritional Biochemistry, and is a Board-Certified Lactation Consultant. She consults on breastfeeding issues, including induced lactation for your surrogate or adopted baby, and relactation for mothers wishing to resume or increase their milk production. She also consults on infant feeding from starting solids to gentle weaning. She combines 20 years of training and experience with evidence-based science to demystify your infant feeding journey.