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Rachel Crossen, BS, IBCLC

  • Gainesville
  • Haymarket
  • Warrenton
  • Strasburg
  • Fauquier/Warren Co.
  • 540-270-8230

Sharon Gough IBCLC

  • Bristow
  • Manassas
  • Woodbridge
  • West. PWC
  • 703-927-4406

 Laura McCarthy RN, IBCLC

  • Loudoun Co
  • Fairfax Co.
  • 571-722-6450 

  Jennifer deFranco,  RN, IBCLC, Owner PLS

Provides Office Visits

  • 703-822-1690

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Premier Lactation Services Provides the Best Breastfeeding Solutions for Your Baby's Breastfeeding Needs
Serving Prince William, Warren, Fauquier, Fairfax, and Loudoun Counties, VA

Home Lactation Consult

Satisfied Mommy & Baby at Home


2 Hour Home Consultation By Appointment Only


Initial Visit: $185*

Follow Up Visits:  $135*

*Any distance beyond 20miles for lactation consultant an additional Travel Fee of $20 will be included.


 We will provide all of the necessary documentation for you to submit a claim to your own insurance company.

A typical 2 Hour Home/Office consult: 

  1. Complete the PLS Aetna Insurance Registration Form when making your appointment
  2. Arrival at home
  3. Please have Breastfeeding Questionaire, 24 Hour Feeding Log(if possible), Low Milk Supply Score Sheet Form(if concerns of Low Milk Supply) completed prior to arrival.
  4. Review Breastfeeding Questionaire/Consent
  5. Assessment of Breast/Nipple
  6. Assessment of Infants' Mouth/Suck
  7. Weigh Infant naked, Weigh Pre-Feed
  8. Observe Feeding at Breast, Troubleshoot, Nurse in Multiple Positions
  9. Weigh Post-Feed(calculate milk transfer)
  10. Departure, review "game plan" for successful nursing
  11. Email/Fax Consult to Client/Physician within 24 hours
  12. Follow up weekly via email/phone support until successful breastfeeding established(typically 2-9weeks-no charge!). 

We have helped mothers for over 12 years with breastfeeding in a hospital and home setting. The number one question we get is, how much milk is my baby getting?  is it enough?  We have the Medela Baby Weigh scale which can measure, how much milk your baby takes from the breast(+/-lcc).  It can verify that yes, your baby might be nursing for only 5 or 6 minutes but she took 3.5oz or signal there is cause for concern about milk production or poor transfer based on low intake of milk at the breast.   We also bring with me a full compliment of breastfeeding tools, see Supplies to help achieve a successful latch.  Including nipples shields, nipple shells for inverted and sore nipples, SNS kits, Hydrogels for sore nipples, and informational papers on a variety of problems:  Poor Latch, Mastitis, Yeast Infection, Increasing Milk Production, Fenugreek/Reglan, and much more.