Breast Pump Support and Education

Breast Pump Support and Education

We are here to help you establish and maintain your breastmilk supply while pumping.

Many parents who breastfeed will find they need to express their breastmilk with a breast pump for numerous reasons. You could be pumping soon after birth because your child is in the NICU. You may find yourself pumping to supplement feeds at breast. Most parents will find they will pump when they return to paid employment. But whether you are an occasional pumper or exclusively pumping you do need to get the right pump for you. Learning how to effectively use your breast pump is vital to getting the most out of your pump and maximize how much milk you can get.

Finding your Pump

Parents pump for many reasons, and there are breast pumps available to meet those needs. Whether you may be an occasional pumper, pumping at work, or an exclusive pumper, there is something for everyone. With so many pumps on the market it can be confusing to know which one to choose. That’s where we step in. Schedule this visit to meet with us, virtually or in person, to work through identifying your needs and find the pump that best suits your needs. We are knowledgeable with pump models of the most popular breast pumps and in some cases, even to try them out.

Finding your Fit

Having the correct flange size is incredibly important to your breast health and output.

Many parents struggle to find comfort while pumping breast milk. Do you know that your breasts are different sizes? Then you should know that both of your nipples are different sizes too. We are super knowledgeable in sizing your nipple.

During this appointment we will size your nipples and provide you with the appropriate size pump flange for your nipples. In some cases, we may be able to provide you with flange insert to head home with.

Finding your Flow

It is no secret that that one of the most searched for topics of breast milk supply or low supply. Having enough breast milk supply is a concern before your baby arrives. Most mothers will be able to make enough breast milk for their baby. The issue is often in finding the best and most effective method to get the most breastmilk when pumping. This is where we come in.

We will use your pump during a consultation to educate you in how to effectively use your breast pump to increase and maintain your breast milk supply.


  • Pumping is painful.
  • You are pumping but feel you aren't getting enough breast milk.
  • You are unsure if your breast pump is working correctly. Come get it tested.
  • You are unsure how to use your pump and want the best start.
  • You’re heading back to work and want to have a pumping plan fit for your lifestyle.
  • You are thinking about buying another pump.