Our services include prenatal and postpartum consultations for lactation assessment and support as you transition to parenthood. Our goal is to help identify and manage any nursing difficulties you may have and work with your pediatric and obstetric providers to ensure you and your baby get an ideal start together.

We also offer infertility and pregnancy loss support visits. These visits are focused on providing support to you and your family surrounding difficulties conceiving or with pregnancy loss. If you plan to pursue adoption or surrogacy, we can discuss options for induced lactation or re-lactation. We can also discuss lifestyle changes that may be helpful if appropriate.

We offer a patient portal to easily access your documents and communicate with our providers.

Blossoming Mamas is not in network with private insurance and is unable to file insurance on your behalf. We are not an authorized Tricare provider. We cannot see individuals eligible for Medicare or those that have Medicaid and/or Medicare at this time. 

Our services: 

  • Discuss your birth plan and determine your goals for the birth and immediate postpartum period
    • Create a personalized birth preferences worksheet to take to your obstetrical provider
  • Review options for infant nutrition and establish goals for feeding baby
  • Review your medical and surgical history to assess whether you have any risk factors for decreased milk supply (if you plan to breastfeed)
  • Typical visit length: About 60 minutes
  • Cost: $250
    • Discuss any concerns about your postpartum course and nursing
    • Assess Lactation through an observed feed
    • Evaluate and manage issues related to breastfeeding such as:
      • Pain with Nursing
      • Nipple Trauma
      • Low supply
      • Oversupply
      • Maternal Diet & Medications
    • If there is a medical emergency, we recommend you seek advice from your obstetrical or pediatric provider or proceed to the emergency room
    • Typical visit length: About 60 minutes
    • Cost: $250

 

  • Follow-up on any breastfeeding issues
  • Assess any breastfeeding concerns that may have come up

OR

  • Develop a return to work plan
    • Discuss your plans for how to feed your baby when you return to work
    • Discuss any concerns you have about this transition.
    • Provide documentation outlining your workplace needs if you need to pump or nurse at work that can be taken to your employer if needed

OR

  • Discuss weaning or tandem nursing

 

  • Typical visit length: About 30 minutes
  • Cost: $125
  • 1 Prenatal Consultation
  • 1 Postpartum Consultation
  • 2 Postpartum Follow-ups
    • If you do not have any other concerns earlier and plan to work, we recommend one of the visits occur 2-3 weeks prior to returning to work
  • Free portal or text messaging support through the 4th trimester (subject to certain limitations)
  • Discounted pricing on additional visits through the 4th trimester
  • Cost: $150/month for 4 months + $100 enrollment fee (enrollment fee waived with payment in full at the first visit – please message us for more information)
  • Discuss your prior pregnancies and losses
  • Review your prior infertility evaluation
  • Discuss possible lifestyle changes, monitoring for ovulation, and other nonpharmacologic methods that may help (depending on your history)
  • Briefly review options for providing human milk if you plan to adopt or have a surrogate
    • These topics can be quite complicated, one or more follow-ups and coordination of care with a continuity provider may be needed if you plan to pursue one of the options
  • Typical visit length: About 60 minutes
  • Cost: $250
  • If you would like more support than a single visit through an infertility and pregnancy loss support package or induced lactation package, please message us and we will be happy to work with your needs.

 

If you feel our services are a good fit for you, you may schedule a consultation with our provider through our website here.

While many issues can be addressed via telemedicine in the comfort of your own home through our services, there may be cases where you need to see a provider in person or need additional follow-up. In these cases, it is essential that you have an OB and pediatric provider that our physician can directly speak with to help facilitate addressing your issue with them. In addition to any other issues requiring an in office evaluation with your OB or pediatric providers as determined by our physician, these specific situations must be addressed in person: 

  • If you are having a  medical emergency or are concerned you may be having one, please seek immediate assistance from your OB or pediatric provider or call 911.
  • Since this is a telemedicine consultation only service, we are unable to provide any controlled substance prescriptions.

Prices subject to change without notice. Charges will be set at the time of booking your appointment. Please double check pricing at the time of booking.

Unsure if we can help you?  Contact Us to schedule a free 15 minute phone call to see if our services  can meet your needs!