Free Prenatal Consultation

Original Fall Pregnancy

Who should schedule a prenatal appointment?

Many families have easier breastfeeding experiences when they have prenatal lactation support, more so if you have certain risk factors.  Some risk factors include:  

  • High-risk pregnancy
  • Fertility treatments
  • Over the age of 35
  • Inverted/flat nipples
  • Breast surgery or injury
  • Diabetes.
  • Having hormonal imbalances (PCOS, thyroid, etc.)
  • Being induced or having a cesarean birth

What are the benefits of a prenatal consultation?

  • More confidence
  • Less difficulties latching
  • Ample milk supply
  • Easier breastfeeding experience
  • Personalized plan & support

What does the prenatal consultation include?

  • Outlining your breastfeeding goals
  • Addressing any questions or concerns you have
  • Identifying potential challenges
  • Creating a personalized plan

How do I schedule my consultation?

If you need more information or would like to schedule an appointment, please call 303.601.5689.  You can also schedule online using BookedIN.

Home visits are only available for those within 20 miles of Flourish, Baby! LLC.  Please contact Amanda if you’re unsure if you’re in the service area.  The prenatal consultation is free but there is a travel fee of $10 for an in-home appointment. | 303.601.5689
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