Low milk production is one of the top areas of concern for families, and this presentation examines the various factors. Explore root causes of production issues, and hear specific and realistic recommendations. Work through interactive case studies, ramp up your critical-thinking skills, and improve your care plan strategies.


Session Objectives:

  • Identify at least three reasons milk supply may be compromised
  • Describe at least three diagnostic tools and assessment techniques for identifying low milk supply etiology
  • Explain at least three ways to evaluate if care plan strategies are working for the supply optimization and the parent


IBLCE Blueprint Areas Covered: 

  • I. Development and Nutrition, B. Maternal
  • II. Physiology and Endocrinology, A. Physiology of Lactation
  • II. Physiology and Endocrinology, B. Endocrinology
  • III. Pathology, B. Maternal
  • VI. Techniques
  • VII. Clinical Skills, A. Equipment and Technology
  • VII. Clinical Skills, B. Education and Communication


Time: 75 minutes

Cost: $40


Access for 90 days.

Includes 1.25 IBLCE CERPs upon completion.

(Email [email protected] for information about discounts for Tier 2, 3 countries)



"The speaker was dynamic and I liked that we had a challenge - 3 cases of low milk production to solve. Liked that she compared us with detectives because it really is like that, trying to figure out what is happening and what advices to give."

- Course Participant


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