Why is it important to seek further medical care after treatment?

It is important that mothers who are breastfeeding or wish to breastfeed afterwards see an IBCLC. Many mothers who report pain while breastfeeding prior to the procedure may have already compensated in order to breastfeed. Infants may need to retrain in attaching to the mother and strengthen their muscles.

Speech and Language Pathologists can assist a child who is having difficulty with speech or feeding even after a release.