Chestfeeding / Breastfeeding support in Toronto
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Registered Nurse & Board Certified Lactation Consultant here to help you figure this out

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You're experiencing anxiety around breast/chest or bottle feeding your baby. Despite things "going well" you're panicked about whether baby is eating enough or if you're doing this right. Perhaps baby had an initial weight loss and you're scared it will happen again. Regardless of why, feeding your baby is distressing and you'd like support to get to a place where you enjoy feeding baby.

FEEDING ANXIETY

Breast Milk Pump

You had big plans of pumping and storing milk but when you pump you aren't seeing much come out, or you just don't know where to begin. 

Pumping

FEEDING ANXIETY

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You didn't physically carry your infant but you'd like to try your hand at breast/chestfeeding your new baby (YES it's possible). This works even better if we start working on this before baby arrives.

Feeding for non-birth parents

You're experiencing anxiety around breast/chest or bottle feeding your baby. Despite things "going well" you're panicked about whether baby is eating enough or if you're doing this right. Perhaps baby had an initial weight loss and you're scared it will happen again. Regardless of why, feeding your baby is distressing and you'd like support to get to a place where you enjoy feeding baby.

Nipple pain

Engorgement

Your milk has come in fast and furious and you're uncomfortable. You're feeding baby often, pumping or hand expressing but nothing seems to be relieving the engorgement.

Your milk has come in fast and furious and you're uncomfortable. You're feeding baby often, pumping or hand expressing but nothing seems to be relieving the engorgement.

Baby Breastfeeding

Something just doesn't feel right. You wince before baby latches, when baby starts sucking it stings and you have some damaged tissue at the nipple. 

You're headed back to work and keeping your supply up is a priority to you. Certain workplaces pose challenges. Together we'll strike up a great plan to meet your goals.

Back to work

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You're headed back to work and keeping your supply up is a priority to you. Certain workplaces pose challenges. Together we'll strike up a great plan to meet your goals.

BACK TO WORK

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Your milk has come in fast and furious and you're uncomfortable. You're feeding baby often, pumping or hand expressing but nothing seems to be relieving the engorgement.

ENGORGEMENT

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Some infants pull off or cry at the breast/chest for a variety of reasons. These can include: low milk supply (baby gets frustrated), infant discomfort, overactive let-down, misread hunger cues, tongue tie, etc. Baby isn't refusing YOU, they're just having a hard time organizing the new skill of breast/chestfeeding. Let's figure this out.

Baby is "refusing" the breast

Home Milk Delivery

You're supplementing baby along with breast/chestfeeding and you'd like to increase your supply to a point where you're exclusively breast/

chestfeeding or pumping for baby. Let's amp up that supply!

Increasing supply

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Some conditions create challenges with feeding that can be worked out or adapted with additional support. These conditions can include cleft lip/palate, trisomy 21, cardiac issues, paralysis, etc.

Special needs infant

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NIPPLE PAIN

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You're experiencing anxiety around breast/chest or bottle feeding your baby. Despite things "going well" you're panicked about whether baby is eating enough or if you're doing this right. Perhaps baby had an initial weight loss and you're scared it will happen again. Regardless of why, feeding your baby is distressing and you'd like support to get to a place where you enjoy feeding baby.

FEEDING ANXIETY

Breast Milk Pump

You had big plans of pumping and storing milk but when you pump you aren't seeing much come out, or you just don't know where to begin. 

PUMPING

Lesbian Couple with Baby

You didn't physically carry your infant but you'd like to try your hand at breast/chestfeeding your new baby (YES it's possible). This works even better if we start working on this before baby arrives.

FEEDING FOR NON-BIRTH PARENTS

You're experiencing anxiety around breast/chest or bottle feeding your baby. Despite things "going well" you're panicked about whether baby is eating enough or if you're doing this right. Perhaps baby had an initial weight loss and you're scared it will happen again. Regardless of why, feeding your baby is distressing and you'd like support to get to a place where you enjoy feeding baby.

Nipple pain

Engorgement

Your milk has come in fast and furious and you're uncomfortable. You're feeding baby often, pumping or hand expressing but nothing seems to be relieving the engorgement.

Your milk has come in fast and furious and you're uncomfortable. You're feeding baby often, pumping or hand expressing but nothing seems to be relieving the engorgement.

Baby Breastfeeding

Something just doesn't feel right. You wince before baby latches, when baby starts sucking it stings and you have some damaged tissue at the nipple. 

NIPPLE PAIN

You're headed back to work and keeping your supply up is a priority to you. Certain workplaces pose challenges. Together we'll strike up a great plan to meet your goals.

Back to work

African tutor of language start on-line

You're headed back to work and keeping your supply up is a priority to you. Certain workplaces pose challenges. Together we'll strike up a great plan to meet your goals.

BACK TO WORK

Giveaway Skincare Instagram Post.png

Your milk has come in fast and furious and you're uncomfortable. You're feeding baby often, pumping or hand expressing but nothing seems to be relieving the engorgement.

ENGORGEMENT

Image by Jimmy Conover

Some infants pull off or cry at the breast/chest for a variety of reasons. These can include: low milk supply (baby gets frustrated), infant discomfort, overactive let-down, misread hunger cues, tongue tie, etc. Baby isn't refusing YOU, they're just having a hard time organizing the new skill of breast/chestfeeding. Let's figure this out.

BREAST/CHEST REFUSAL

Home Milk Delivery

You're supplementing baby along with breast/chestfeeding and you'd like to increase your supply to a point where you're exclusively breast/

chestfeeding or pumping for baby. Let's amp up that supply!

INCREASING SUPPLY

Special Needs Infant_HoverBox.png

Some conditions create challenges with feeding that can be worked out or adapted with additional support. These conditions can include cleft lip/palate, trisomy 21, cardiac issues, paralysis, etc.

SPECIAL-NEEDS INFANT FEEDING

Not sure if I could help with something? Ask me 

game changer

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Working with Azura was a game changer in my breastfeeding journey! After a traumatic birth and stint in SickKids with our medically complex son we were having a lot of trouble breastfeeding when we first brought him home. I’m so grateful we called Azura! She was so calm and respectful and gave me so much information, all presented in a supportive and encouraging way. In less than an hour she was able to get my baby to latch properly FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER!!! With her support and excellent tips, tricks and hacks, I was able to successfully breastfeed my son which I continued for 14 months. THANK YOU AZURA!!!

Amy

Toronto, ON

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