Stillbirthday has lactation professionals listed who can help you specifically with loss related breastmilk/lactating questions and encouragement:
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Click here to view part 1 of our series on post loss lactation, which is just an introduction to lactation. Click here to view part 2, which includes practical support for expediting the drying process, milk donation, and other options mothers may utilize with breastmilk after loss.
Star Rodriguez is a registered lactation consultant (IBCLC.) She understands that lactation after a loss is very difficult, and is willing to help guide you through your options. If you have decided already to either donate or to suppress your milk production, she will be happy to give you advice and support via email or telephone. firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Goldman is a Lactation Educator and Birth and Postpartum Doula. Your decisions are unique to your circumstances. Christine is available to listen, encourage and sort through what the best choices are for you and your family at this very difficult time.
I’m an IBCLC and am willing to help guide you as you decide to bring in a milk supply and donate that milk, or if you desire to suppress your supply. I promise to give you professional guidance that is intensly personal. I’ve miscarried 2 of my own children, so I also know intimately the challenges that you face, and would be honored to be at your side. email@example.com
I am from Adelaide Australia. I am a mother of four children and an angel baby so I understand first hand what a mother goes through during this difficult time. I am also an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and Birth & Postnatal Doula. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a NICU RN, IBCLC and Childbirth educator. I host a monthly pregnancy support group & co-host a pregnancy loss support group.