||Lactation Suppressants: Implications for Client Education
“Not having enough milk” has been the primary concern of most American mothers for decades. Sometimes, breastfeeding mothers use pharmacological or botanical medicine which may affect their milk supply. Other mothers intentionally want to dry up their milk; they may be formula feeding, or perhaps their baby has died. In either case, women need to know the risk/benefit of using lactation suppressants. The goal of this program is to help breastfeeding mothers who report an unintended decrease in milk supply or to help lactating mothers who wish to suppress lactation.
This Program is Best For:
- Lactation consultants
- Anyone in a position to promote breastfeeding with pregnant women
- Certified Clinical Lactationists™
- Lactation Counselors
- Childbirth Educators
Love to learn at your own pace? This learning program is for you. All-online and available anytime, day or night.
- PDF documents
- Links to articles
- Learning activities
- Electronic multiple-choice post-test
- Downloadable and Printable Certificate of Completion in PDF format
The number of hours needed to complete this program is approximately 1.
- Lactation Suppressants: Implications for Client Education
This program expires two years from the date of purchase. Program expiration dates can be extended at the discretion of Breastfeeding Outlook.
Continuing Education Credits Included:
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