Frequently Asked Questions

In-home services are offered in and around Southern New Jersey. Telehealth visits are also available.


Why do I need you?

Breastfeeding, although natural, has a learning curve. As much as we want it to be as simple as putting the baby on your breast and “TA DA! Milk!” Sometimes it isn’t. And that’s where I come in. My goal is to help you reach your breastfeeding goal through support and education. Without judgement, I want to empower you and your choices, and help you to understand how they are helping/hindering your journey. Breastfeeding can bring about many questions and concerns; I can help you through them.

How soon should I contact you?

If you would like a prenatal session, I encourage you to contact me when you are between 26-30 weeks. During this time many families are starting to plan baby showers, which would allow you to register for any of the accessories we discuss. Additionally, you can even register for my services!

If you are experiencing any discomfort, pain, etc… please contact us immediately. Breastfeeding should NOT hurt!

What areas do you serve?

Our coverage map can be found here.

What are your fees?

Our fees can be found on our booking page here:

Please visit our Services page for a description of each.

Do you accept insurance?

We are in network with Aetna, Independence Blue Cross, and TriCare. For all other insurances, we can provide a super bill for reimbursement of our services.

How do you protect my family from germs and illness?

We value your health and safety above all else. During our visits, we start by removing our shoes if requested at your front door and washing our hands. Gloves are using for any hands on portions of the consult and hand sanitizer is used. All of our equipment is sanitized using hospital grade disinfectant before and after all consults. Any flanges, bottles, pump parts, etc… are washed and sterilized in between visits.

Hey Mama Lactation and Perinatal Care employees and contractors follow current CDC guidelines regarding reducing the spread of any airborne virus. For current recommendations, please visit CDC.GOV.

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