Breastfeeding Classes in Lincoln, NE
The handouts listed below offer helpful information regarding breastfeeding your child. We encourage you to refer to this information as needed.
Dr. Anderson is a Board Certified Pediatrician, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. She has degrees as a Registered Nurse and in Social Work. And, she’s a mom! She’s been in practice since 1991 and joined LPG in 1998. Since 2005, she has devoted the majority of her practice to helping thousands of mothers feed their babies and adjust to the demands of motherhood. This passion takes her to Africa and Honduras for short term mission work, where she teaches newborn care, breastfeeding and nutrition to mothers and healthcare providers.
Prenatal Breastfeeding Classes
We strongly recommend a prenatal breastfeeding class for families to get nursing off to a great start. Call our pediatric office to reserve seats in a 1 hour “How To Breastfeed” class taught by Dr. Anderson. Cost is $40 per couple.
Classes occur one Tuesday each month from 7:30pm-8:30pm contact our office to schedule.
Lactation Consultations: What to Expect
The initial lactation visit takes about 1 hour. Follow up visits are scheduled according to how baby is progressing and take about 30 min. Cost is sometimes a concern. Your insurance may cover lactation counseling but those insurance codes are used to bill for care of mothers. Dr. Anderson is a pediatrician and focuses on the care of the baby, while empowering the mother to provide milk for her bay. Charges are submitted to insurance as an office visit for your child., and thus your insurance may apply a copay or the charges may go to tour baby’s deductible. As a physician, Dr. Anderson will monitor your baby’s health status while breastfeeding, and also address critical issues such as jaundice, fussiness, infections and any other medical concern for which you would need to come here anyway. At appropriate times, Dr. Anderson can perform the services of the newborn well check-up and/or 2 week well check-up. This will provide a one stop shop for your baby’s care and keep your baby’s care well coordinate with your pediatrician at LPG.
Breast Feeding Handouts
- A good latch
- Abundant milk supply
- Alcohol, caffeine and smoking while breastfeeding
- Benefits of breastfeeding and risk factors for difficulties
- Bottles and other feeding devices for breastfed babies
- Breastfeeding guidelines and Ideal Session
- Breastfeeding Pain
- Feeding log
- Diaper rash in breastfed newborns
- Engorgement, plugged ducts and Mastitis
- Fussy Breastfed Babies
- Jaundice in the newborn
- Low milk supply concerns
- Medications to increase milk supply
- Medications while breastfeeding
- Milk production problems
- Food intolerance in a breastfed baby
- Nipple shields and flat or inverted nipples
- Pacifiers and breastfeeding
- Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
- Postpartum Psychosis
- Premature babies--breastfeeding a 34-38 week premie
- Pumping Breastmilk and using a Haakaa
- Reflux or spitting up
- Returning to work and breastfeeding
- Storing and Preparing Expressed Breastmilk
- Tongue tie & lip tie and Breastfeeding
- Triple feeding: Whats that?
- Triple feeding, When to Intervene
- Twins and breastfeeding
- Vitamin D, the sunlight vitamin