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What is BabyLiveAdvice.com?

BabyLiveAdvice.com is a convenient, virtual clinic that allows you to access online advice on your timetable. With BabyLiveAdvice, you can talk directly and in real time to a board certified provider who can answer all your questions, make online recommendations, and support you. You can chat online, participate in live video interactions through your computer, phone, laptop or iPad with a webcam, so you'll get answers right away. Plus, it's easy to use, private, secure and affordable.

Our Services

Our team of physicians, nurse practitioners and specialists can answer all your questions regarding pregnancy, preemie care, infant care, feeding and much more. Our lactation specialists can support you, one on one, with breast feeding problems such as nipple issues, latching on, breast pain, multiple baby feedings and more. Our Behavioral Health team can provide private, affordable sessions with a counselor, from the convenience of your home or office, to help you cope with depression, anxiety, stress, eating disorders and more. Our parent corner offers blogs, support groups, important information about work status, information about forms to fill, insurance, future planning and more.

IF YOU DON'T SEE the service you need, ask us and we will do all we can to help you.

Who are our providers?

Our providers are practicing physicians, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, lactation specialists, social workers, psychologists, pediatric dentists, midwifes, nutritionists and more.
  • All licensed, certified, and credentialed.
  • Background checks with primary source verification.
  • Malpractice insurance per encounter.
  • Specially trained in telehealth communication, over the phone and online video, while adhering to strict privacy protocols.

For any medical emergency, please contact 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. Although we have medical providers on staff, BabyLiveAdvice does not provide medical care online. Please contact your Physician or Pediatrician if you need medical care, treatment or prescriptions.

If you are a pregnant female or parent from California, who is over the age of 16, you may chat with us online if you have quick basic questions. A certified nurse practitioner will answer your questions 7 days a week, from 8am to 9pm (PST). You will need to provide an email address and agree to the Terms of Service to do so.

If you want to chat or get video advice from one of our specialists, you will need to SIGN UP Choose one of our service options (see below). You will be asked to download a HIPPA secure application (one time set up) and pay the fee. You will be able to make an appointment with one of our providers either the same day or for a later date. You can then call, chat or do a video visit via iPad/iPhone/Android/Desktop/Laptop computer

If you are a pregnant female or a parent from California, who is over the age of 16, you may chat with us online if you have quick basic questions. A certified nurse practitioner will answer your questions 7 days a week, from 8am to 9pm (PST). You will need to provide an email address and agree to the Terms of Service. You will also have access to our social media, Webinar, newsletters, blogs and coupons.

You may choose to chat/call or have a video visit with one of our specialists. You will have a doctor/nurse practitioner at your finger tips to answer any question or provide needed advice. When considering whether to take your child to the doctor for a non-emergency, you can use BabyLiveAdvice to determine if you can avoid a visit. If you think you need a therapy session with one of our social workers or Psychologists. Get lactation help at home, at your own convenience. Buy a gift card for an expecting mother or parent.

- BabyLiveAdvice is not an insurance company and does not contract or accept insurance.
- BabyLiveAdvice.com does not replace the existing primary care physician relationship.
- No medical services rendered on this site. You may not confuse general advice with medical care.
- If you think you or your child or a child you are taking care of has a medical, dental or psychiatric emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.