Pre and Post Pregnancy Round Table Series Offered

May 13, 2019

Watertown Regional Medical Center and the Center for Women’s Health will be offering a three-part round table series on pregnancy, birthing and breastfeeding.  The first educational series, Breastfeeding-Getting off to a Good Start will be held on Monday, May 20th from 4pm-5pm at the Center for Women’s Health in Watertown.  The event is free, but registration is required.

This roundtable discussion will be led by an IBCLC Registered Nurses certified by the International Board of Lactation Consultants.  The open discussion will be centered on the first six weeks of breastfeeding.  Hot topics include: what to expect; how to prepare; common problems; cluster feeding; milk supply; lactation consultation options.

The second and third educational sessions are Maternity Leave-Returning to Life’s Obligations and Pregnancy Wellness including pre and postnatal yoga.  For more information or to register visit watertownregional.com and search under pregnancy classes and events or call 920-262-4825.

Watertown Regional Medical Center and the Center for Women’s Health will be offering a three-part round table series on pregnancy, birthing and breastfeeding.  The first educational series, Breastfeeding-Getting off to a Good Start will be held on Monday, May 20th from 4pm-5pm at the Center for Women’s Health in Watertown.  The event is free, but registration is required.

This roundtable discussion will be led by an IBCLC Registered Nurses certified by the International Board of Lactation Consultants.  The open discussion will be centered on the first six weeks of breastfeeding.  Hot topics include: what to expect; how to prepare; common problems; cluster feeding; milk supply; lactation consultation options.

The second and third educational sessions are Maternity Leave-Returning to Life’s Obligations and Pregnancy Wellness including pre and postnatal yoga.  For more information or to register visit watertownregional.com and search under pregnancy classes and events or call 920-262-4825.