I'm after a consultant who will cone to my home to specifically help me with attachment issues. I'm struggling with a 2wk old baby girl who still won't attach to my breast. Have tried many things & now just wondering if a few hrs of at home support from a good lc will help.
I'm located caboolture, Brisbane northside.
If you have actual good reviews of someone, not just know of someone that would be preferred. Thanks
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11-04-2012 17:56 #1
Anyone recommend a good lactation consultant in Brisbane?
11-04-2012 19:05 #2Senior Member
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I see Sharon Armstrong and she's good. Very practical, friendly. She's at North Lakes so she might visit Caboolture?
11-04-2012 19:09 #3
I was just going to recommend Sharon as well You can find out more about her on the Embrace Life website.
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11-04-2012 19:15 #4
I saw Bridget ingle in aspley with the twins 19 months ago, she was great and only $55 a 1hr visit, I don't have her number but she is internationally credited so is easily found on google
11-04-2012 19:22 #5
Ok thanks guys ill check her out. Do you know what her fees are by any chance?
I should have mentioned that I have been to a lactation clinic at local child health center & been told I'm doing everything right. So what I'm really after some "hands on" advise iykwim.
11-04-2012 19:30 #6
Bridget was very hands on sort of speak, she would let me try and latch then she would do it with her hand to help show me
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12-04-2012 07:46 #9Senior Member
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My understanding is that Bridget is no longer seeing people, she's now training other LCs, but I could be wrong. Sharon charges $115 an hour at home, $90 at clinic. I think. She's never touched me, but I'm sure she would if I wanted her to show me something that way.
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