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Business Advice for Private Practice Lactation Consultants: Rachel’s Toolkit Part 1

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These days I’m getting an awful lot of emails from you lovely IBCLCs (or future IBCLCs) looking for advice on how to grow your lactation consultant business.  Being a private practice IBCLC certainly has it’s perks (make your own schedule, meet families in their homes or in your own office, snuggle all the babies) but […]

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low milk supply series, part 3: pediatricians

Posted 8 CommentsPosted in breastfeeding research, for IBCLCs, Low Milk Supply

Welcome to what will likely be the shortest section of my blog post series on low milk supply, about pediatricians and breastfeeding!  If you’d like to follow along in order, please start at part 1: research and then continue to part 2: breastfeeding data before starting on this post. Pediatricians and Breastfeeding: what do they […]

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low milk supply series, part 1: research

Posted 11 CommentsPosted in Breastfeeding Facts, breastfeeding research, for IBCLCs, Low Milk Supply

As I’ve mentioned in the past, I did my Masters degree on U.S. mothers and low milk supply.  When I started my research I thought there must be studies out there that would show exactly how many families deal with low supply. I expected to unearth some sort of perfect algorithm.  My ultimate goal was […]