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At Cloudnine, we take pride in having some of India’s best and most experienced Lactation Consultants.
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Sumalatha B

Sumalatha B

Post BSc Nursing
Lactation Specialist
Breastfeeding Support
26
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Bengaluru
HRBR Layout, Thanisandra
Mrs. Mercy Nixon

Mrs. Mercy Nixon

Post basic BSC nursing
Lactation counselor
Allied Services
Breastfeeding Support
125
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Chennai
T nagar
DEEPIKA M PAHWA

DEEPIKA M PAHWA

(PT) MPT,BPT, IBCLC
Consultant Physiotherapist & Lactation Specialist
Physiotherapy
Breastfeeding Support
281
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Gurugram
Sector 47 , Sector 14
Ruth Patterson

Ruth Patterson

Manager - Lactation Specialist (IBCLC)
Lactation
Breastfeeding Support
Allied Services
356
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram Jayanagar Whitefield Old Airport Road HRBR layout Bellandur Sahakarnagar
Roghayyeh Bayazi

Roghayyeh Bayazi

MS in Health science, PG diploma in Pediatric Nutrition, certified breastfeeding specialist, BPNI
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
Allied Services
359
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Pune
Kalyani Nagar
Ankita Naik

Ankita Naik

DGNM, IYFC/BPNI
Lactation Specialist
Breastfeeding Support
468
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Bengaluru
Whitefield, Varthur Road
Dipti Shah

Dipti Shah

FT, DBM, IBCLC, Lactation Consultant
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
99999
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Mumbai
Malad
Sheetal Santosh

Sheetal Santosh

IYCF Lactation Counselor
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
99999
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram
Violet Mary Vinceya

Violet Mary Vinceya

Lactation Counsellor
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
99999
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Rajiya Galeel Bhasha

Rajiya Galeel Bhasha

M.Sc (N), OBG, IYFC and BPNI Lactation Consultant.
Lactation Specialist,
Breastfeeding Support
99999
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Bengaluru
Bellandur & Sarjapur Road,

Cloudnine’s Center for Lactation provides comprehensive breastfeeding support to new mothers - both in-patients as well as outpatients - to help them in their breastfeeding journey. At Cloudnine, we truly believe that a mother’s milk is a powerful source of nutrients for the baby and boosts its immune system tremendously. 

We understand that to start with breastfeeding can be extremely exhausting and challenging for a new mother. We want to support mothers wholeheartedly in this endeavour so that they can provide their babies with that much-needed nourishment. Not only for the baby but also the mother, breastfeeding has tremendous benefits. Cloudnine’s Lactation consultants ensure that both the mother and the baby can reap the benefits of breastfeeding.

From helping the baby to latch properly to educating mothers about the different feeding positions, from answering queries about milk production to making certain that the baby is well-fed, from resolving issues of pain during feeding to milk blisters, our Lactation support team helps mothers and their babies find that sweet spot so that they can continue their breastfeeding journey with ease.

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Dr. Priya Singh - Message on Breastfeeding Week | Cloudnine Hospital
Cloudnine's Lactation Consultant, Priya Singh shares her insights and information on breastfeeding and addresses common concerns related to lactation. Join now and be a part of the Cloudnine community to attend the session and to be updated on all the upcoming informative webinars: https://cloudninemamas.com/topic/breastfeeding+lactation Join Cloudnine's mom community to know more - https://cloudninemamas.com/group/moms-of-mumbai
Dr. Himani Sharma our Obstetrician & Gynecologist addresses various doubts and concerns about breastfeeding and COVID 19 Watch the video to know more!
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Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

When does breast milk come in during pregnancy?

Milk production generally begins around the midpoint of pregnancy, somewhere between weeks 16 and 22. Some moms-to-be may even notice faint yellow or orange stains in their bra during the second or third trimester, a sign that their nipples are leaking colostrum.

What is Colostrum?

Colostrum, also called Liquid Gold, is the first milk you produce when you start breastfeeding. It is the ideal nourishment for a newborn. It is highly concentrated, full of protein and nutrient-dense. It plays a crucial role in building the baby’s immune system.

How soon after birth should I breastfeed?

You should start breastfeeding as soon as you can after delivery. If you and your baby are doing well, you should be able to attempt the first breastfeeding right in the delivery room within one hour of your baby's birth.

I have given birth but why is my milk not coming in?

There are several reasons why milk may be delayed. Some possible reasons include having a c-section delivery, excessive blood loss during birth, postpartum haemorrhage, premature birth, maternal obesity, diabetes, thyroid abnormalities, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), stress, retained placental tissue and so on.

What to do if my breastmilk is not coming?

You can reach out to a lactation consultant to find out if there are any medical reasons for the delay. Together, you can build a plan for how to help your milk come in. Stimulating your breast at frequent intervals by breastfeeding or hand-expressing and pumping to help build up a supply helps. Also, staying positive and relaxed goes a long way.

How can a lactation consultant help?

A lactation consultant helps new moms in making their breastfeeding journey less stressful. She may share tips to increase milk supply, help you find the best nursing position, help to improve your baby’s latch and manage breastfeeding pain. They can also help treat nipple soreness, mastitis, plugged ducts and engorgement.

How long should I breastfeed?

WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months of age. Post that it depends on the mother and the baby. You can continue breastfeeding along with appropriate complementary foods up to 2 years of age or longer.

What are the benefits of breastfeeding for the baby?

The longer an infant is breastfed, the greater the protection from certain illnesses and long-term diseases. Infants who are breastfed have stronger immunity and a lower risk of Asthma, Obesity, Type 1 diabetes, Severe lower respiratory disease, Acute otitis media (ear infections), Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Gastrointestinal infections (diarrhoea/vomiting) and so on.

What are the benefits of breastfeeding for the mother?

aThe more months or years a woman breastfeeds (combined breastfeeding of all her children), the greater the benefits to her health. Mothers who breastfeed their infants have a lower risk of Breast cancer, Ovarian cancer, Type 2 diabetes and High blood pressure.

Can I get pregnant while breastfeeding?

Yes, you can. Although breastfeeding offers some protection, it is possible to get pregnant while breastfeeding. We recommend using other forms of contraceptives if you are not planning to conceive.