Evidence of Improved Milk Production After Frenotomy

Time-frame: 60
CERP: yes

This case report was published in Pediatrics in November 2013, a journal that serves the general medical profession as well as paediatricians. This report convincingly illustrates to those in a position to perform frenotomy, that tongue tie is indeed difficult to diagnose and that the 24-hour milk production profiles, along with ultrasound and other physiological measurements pre and post frenotomy showed a dramatic improvement in breastfeeding. The 24-hour milk production profile has many uses in helping the breastfeeding family attain their breastfeeding goals.



Cathy Garbin


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