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Lactation support at Lifecycle begins with the first prenatal appointment and continues throughout pregnancy and during postpartum care. We take great pride in helping new parents with breastfeeding/chestfeeding, especially given the well-established medical benefits of human milk.
We provide expertise and support to new parents for many lactation issues, including excess or low milk supply, latch issues, and pumping issues. In-person and telehealth options are available for lactation consultations. Services are available to any family, regardless of where they had their pregnancy care.
Call us today at 610.525.6086 to schedule an appointment with one of our International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLCs).
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Prenatal Lactation Education
Our Lactation Essentials class provides detailed information about lactation, including benefits to parent and baby, anatomy and physiology of the lactating breast/chest, composition of human milk, positioning and latch, pumping and storing milk, common setbacks, and more!
Lactation Essentials Dates
Lactation Support Groups
Our Lactation Support Groups provide lactating parents a forum to discuss the joys and challenges of breastfeeding/chestfeeding a baby. Participants provide and receive encouragement and inspiration as they share, ask questions, solicit advice, and offer suggestions. Our lactation professionals are on hand to provide support and guidance.
Upcoming Support Groups
Mid-Atlantic Mother’s Milk Bank Depot
In August 2018, we began accepting human milk donations through our Mid-Atlantic Mothers Milk Bank Milk Depot. The lifesaving milk that is donated via our depot goes to help medically vulnerable infants. If you have milk to share and are interested in becoming a donor, email email@example.com to set up a donor screening interview.
Yes! We accept most major insurance providers, including:
Co-pays may apply. If you have specific questions about what your insurance covers, call us at 610.525.6086 or reach out to your insurance plan’s member services department.
There is no need to register ahead of time. To join us virtually, email Nikki at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom login info.
All of our IBCLCs are trained to assess for tongue and lip ties, and will provide evidence-based information and support to families, helping them understand how this will impact their infant feeding goals.
No, but we offer telehealth as an option when indicated. Most of the time, it is better for our team of IBCLCs to see clients and their babies in the office so a complete assessment that includes weighing the baby, assessing latch and transfer of milk, and examination of baby’s oral cavity can take place.
918 County Line Road
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
1214 Moore Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148