Good news, your first consultation is FREE! After that, your first 30-minute consultation is $50 and 60 minute standard consultations are $150 each. Simplifed virtual lactation consultations is an on-demand service. You pay for each lactation appointment as needed. There are no subscriptions or minimum number of session requirements. Start anytime, stop anytime.   Two options…

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Telelactation (online breastfeeding help) is a contactless way to get professional medical advice, which is especially relevant during the current COVID climate. Read to see if telelactation is right for you.

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Baby poop is a key indicator of your baby’s health. We know that it can be overwhelming when it comes to deciphering poor color as a new parent but rest assured that we’ll break down below what’s normal and what may warrant a visit to the doctor’s office. Let’s dive into those dirty diapers!  First…

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Breasts are a pretty rad human organ. But what’s in a breast? The physiology behind them is fascinating and is often overshadowed by portrayals in the media. However, we wanted to unveil the underlying way that breasts work as an organ to provide babies with sustenance. So here’s all you need to know about what…

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Look. I get it. There is the constant rally call of #breastisbest and we at SimpliFed truly believe in #normalizebreastfeeding. Breastfeeding is first choice when it comes to infant nutrition, but we also recognize that there are reasons for needing to supplement or replace and therefore we also believe #fedisbest. In this article, we’ll be…

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We at SimpliFed believe that you gotta do what you think is best for you and your baby. While we try to #normalizebreastfeeding, we also recognize that infant formula is the bomb.dot.com as well. According to the CDC, 75% of moms are using infant formula by the time their babies are 6 months old. We…

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This is the #1 question that moms have. The Affordable Care Act gives women access to lactation counseling without cost-sharing for as long as they are breastfeeding. According to the National Women’s Law Center, the health care law requires all new health plans to cover “comprehensive prenatal and postnatal lactation support [and] counseling.” This means that…

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