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New Paltz, NY

(845) 750-4402

 

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There are many great reasons to breastfeed your baby or child. Just like pregnancy, your body knows what to do and starts lactating. Most of the time, breastfeeding goes easily, but if you have a problem, you may wonder, "Who do I call?"

You may be surprised to learn that your OB/GYN, Pediatrician or other Health Care Provider is not the best person to give you information about breastfeeding and lactation.

You may not realize how much there is to know about breastfeeding until you have a problem. 

Most health care providers, even ones who specialize in babies, are not educated during their training about how breastfeeding works. In addition, each year thousands of studies increase what we know about the human breast, the milk we make and how babies feed.

That said, most breastfeeding problems are not difficult to overcome, once you understand how it works.

Donna Bruschi, IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant) has the education, training and experience necessary to answer all your questions accurately and help you to resolve any breastfeeding issue. She sees clients from all over New York's Hudson Valley. 

If you have a question about your newborn, latch, low milk supply, sore nipples, mastitis, plugged ducts, engorgement, jaundice, breasts, breastfeeding, bras, breast pumps, pumping or breastfed babies, Donna can either help you in the comfort of your home or in her office at New Baby New Paltz.

For immediate help with a breastfeeding problem, text or call Donna at (845) 750-4402. You can even call at 2 in the morning (especially at 2 in the morning...)

To make an appointment or ask a question via email, fill out the contact form. Donna will get back to you within 24 hours.

Read more about Breastfeeding Help and Lactation Consultation.

Located in New York's Mid Hudson Valley. An easy drive from Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck, Kingston, Middletown, Newburgh, and Beacon, NY. Serving Dutchess, Orange, Ulster and Sullivan county.

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