Video Visits

Quick and convenient care!

Why schedule a video visit?

Sometimes you need answers and you need them quickly.  Video visits are a great way to access help when a home appointment isn’t available.  The benefits include:

  • Quick and convenient access from your home
  • Connect with your phone, computer, or tablet
  • Secure and easy way to troubleshoot breastfeeding difficulties

Video visits are great for:

  • Prenatal consultations and/or preparing to breastfeed
  • Engorgement
  • Plugged ducts
  • Concerns about milk supply including establishing your milk supply
  • Hunger and full cues
  • Supplementation
  • Introducing solids
  • Returning to work
  • Extended breastfeeding
  • Weaning
  • General breastfeeding information

What to do prior to your video visit:

What to expect during your video visit:

  • If you arrive to our session before me, you’ll see a window confirming that you successfully connected. 
  • When the session starts, the GoToMeeting toolbar will appear on the right of your screen.
  • I will address your breastfeeding concerns the best that I can.  There may be times when an in-person evaluation is needed (such as weight gain concerns).  The standard in person consultation fees would apply.
  • Payment will be collected at the end of the visit. 

Urgent & Emergency Situations

Video visits are not for emergency medical or psychiatric care that requires immediate medical attention to prevent serious jeopardy to your health or your baby’s health. Examples include:

  • Baby’s Symptoms:
    • Difficulty breathing and/or turning blue
    • Blood in stool
    • Lethargic / unresponsive
    • Dry lips or mouth
    • Less than six wet diapers in a 24 hour period
    • Concentrated urine that looks very dark yellow or orange
    • A sunken fontanel (soft spot) on your baby's head
    • Excessive sleepiness

  • Mother’s Symptoms:
    • Signs of sever postpartum mood disorder including thoughts of harming yourself or your baby
    • Heavy vaginal bleeding or an increase in bleeding
    • Passing large clots (bigger than a quarter)
    • Chills and/or a fever of more than 100.4°F
    • Fainting or dizziness
    • Changes to your vision or a severe headache (persistent)
    • Sore breasts that are very red or feel hot to the touch

If you think you or your baby have a medical or psychiatric emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.  For urgent medical or psychiatric conditions, please contact your doctor.  Do not attempt to access urgent/emergency care through Amanda Dean or this website.

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