Michelle Stolow

International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC)

17 years of experience

Lives in Maynard, MA

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Experience & Education

Masters of Arts, Child Development, Tufts University' 90
Professional Experience
Private Practice, From Birth LLC 2002-Current
Breastfeeding instructor, Emerson Hospital 2004-present

Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Insurance Accepted

    Visits Reimbursed By Insurer

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  • Allways
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA
  • Cigna
  • Fallon
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
  • Health Plans (part of Harvard Pilgrim)
  • Tufts
  • Visits Fully Covered

    In-network, no upfront cost

  • UniCare
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    Areas Served

    Greater Boston Area: Cambridge, Somerville, Dedham, Needham, Wellesley, Brookline, Newton, Weston, Waltham, Watertown, Belmont, Arlington, Lexington, Winchester, Woburn, Burlington, Reading, Wakefield, Stoneham, Melrose, Medford, Malden Boston: Allston, Brighton, Charlestown, Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury Metro West Central MA

    What's a visit with me like?

    My visits are usually 1.5-2 hours and include measuring the baby's intake while nursing using a baby scale sensitive to 0.1 oz. I assist with all areas of breastfeeding, pumping, and supplementing; and provide guidance with any other parenting topics that come up. I provide a written care plan after the visit and send reports to the parent's and baby's health care providers. I am non-judgmental and my clients usually feel calm and relaxed during my visits. After a visit, I include unlimited support by call/text/email after the visit. Follow up visits are often helpful as well.

    Describe your philosophy towards breastfeeding and feeding.
    I support families in their feeding choices and help them develop a plan to meet their goals.

    What is your favorite part of working with new parents and infants?
    Getting to know the family and finding ways to help make feeding and parenting easier and more enjoyable.

    Describe any particular areas of expertise related to feeding
    After 17 years as an IBCLC there are few issues that I haven't helped with and I feel able to help with all areas of infant feeding. My specialties include helping families understand and use their baby's natural reflexes to make breastfeeding easier, building or reducing milk supply if needed, incorporating pumping and supplementing if needed, latch difficulties, and gassy/fussy babies.


    “Michelle was thorough, patient, and very kind. She is very knowledgeable as she explored different reasons for my nursing difficulties. I really enjoyed my conversation!”

    Vanessa, Virtual Visit – MA
    August 2020

    “Michelle was fantastic and really helped me feel confident [baby] is getting enough milk. Weighing her before and after feeding was great. Also loved a few of the feeding techniques she shared to help us get away from using the shield.”

    Cara, In-home visit, Melrose- MA
    October 2019