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Need to contact us?

If you are looking to book a visit:

  • Click here if you (or your baby) have Blue Cross Blue Shield or Cigna insurance and would like to see if you can be covered at 100% with no out-of-pocket cost to you!

  • Click here if you would like to book directly with me and do not have a participating BCBS or Cigna insurance plan.

    • Simply select whether you would like an in-home or virtual/online visit and you can see my pricing and availability to book at your convenience! 

      • If you are a family with multiples we do charge $50 per additional infant

      • If you are located more than 15 miles from the Alamo in San Antonio, we do charge a $15 fee for extra drive time. We service up to 45 miles away from the Alamo. If you are located further than 45 miles away, please let us know and we will do our best to assist you! 

 

More information about the different types of consultations/visits we offer can be found here and a Frequently Asked Questions page here

If you have a question about your lactation or infant feeding needs:

  • We are not able to give any general lactation or infant feeding advice via phone or email. In order to give the best advice and information about any needs you may have, we must perform a thorough assessment of you and your baby's feeding and health histories, as well as an in-depth discussion of the issues you are experiencing. If you have any needs or questions, we recommend booking a Lactation Visit so we can give you the best help and support for your personal situation and goals. 

 

If you are struggling and need help urgently:

  • Make an appointment as soon as possible using the links above. Feel free to utilize these resources in the meantime:

    • If you are having trouble latching here is my blog post on the basics to get you started. And here is a little bit more info for positioning while feeding. 

    • If those latch techniques still aren't quite working, get the milk out of you and into your baby however you can! Hand express or pump. Then bottlecup or spoon feed your infant. This way you are protecting your supply and your infant's health! 

  • If you are having a medical emergency, immediately contact your healthcare provider (OB/GYN, midwife or Pediatrician) and/or call emergency services at 9-1-1

 

If you are a medical/lactation provider, have a clerical question or marketing inquiry please click here.