We are offering in person support every Monday (13.30-15.30 pm) and online/virtual consultations which can be scheduled according to your needs.  

Your safety if paramount so we have created this In-Person Consultation Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) document, please read it by clicking here: COVID19 SOP.

We offer breastfeeding and lactation support for mothers and families who need further guidance, consultation and follow up to ensure a successful breastfeeding experience. We offer absolute continuity of care.

We can assist you with breastfeeding challenges both simple and complex, including:-

  • Adjusting to life with a newborn
  • Adoptive nursing
  • Biting
  • Breastfeeding without birthing
  • Breast refusal/nursing strike
  • Breast refusal post frenulotomy
  • Choosing a pump
  • Cleft lip / cleft palate
  • Colic
  • Disabled or handicapped mothers or babies
  • Elimination diets
  • Faltering growth
  • Fertility issues
  • Frequency of breastfeeding
  • Getting enough sleep
  • How to tell baby is getting enough milk
  • Infections (fungal, bacterial)
  • Introducing solids
  • Introducing a bottle
  • Low milk supply
  • Medications
  • Milk banking
  • Milk storage
  • Nipple confusion
  • Normal newborn behavior
  • Nursing during pregnancy
  • Nursing multiples
  • Nursing outside of the home
  • Overactive letdown
  • Premature babies
  • Preparing to breastfeed
  • Pumping issues
  • Reduction and augmentation surgeries
  • Reflux
  • Relactation
  • Returning to work or school
  • Sick mother or baby
  • Sore breasts – mastitis, plugged ducts, abcesses
  • Suckling difficulties
  • Sore nipples
  • Tandem nursing
  • Tongue tie
  • Too much milk
  • Weaning, including night weaning

As part of the in-person consultation, if applicable and needed we offer oral examinations to check for a tongue tie may be impacting on breastfeeding. We can refer you to your local NHS tongue tie clinic or to one of the private tongue tie specialists in your area.

Supporting our community:
We believe the highest quality of breastfeeding support should be affordable and available to everyone. For this reason, we run a low-cost breastfeeding clinic as part of our commitment to support our local community. We will prioritise those women who are not in a position to pay our usual fee for remote sessions.

Our help is free of charge; but if you would like/can support our work you are welcome to give a donation:

  • 1-hour first appointment: suggested donation £10 (virtual) or £20 in person
  • 30-minutes follow up an appointment: suggested donation £5 or £10 in person