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Support

YOU’RE IN GOOD COMPANY. . .

There are lots of people who want to support you with feeding your baby. In this section we describe services that may be on offer in your area and provide information on how those closest to you can help.

Professional Support

Don’t hesitate to ask for help. There’s plenty of support available if you need it. Find out more

Supporting a breastfeeding mother

There are many ways you can support a breastfeeding mother. Find out more

Breastfeeding problem solving

Many of the difficulties that mothers experience in the early days can be overcome. Find out more

Finding social support

Social support can help with breastfeeding in so many ways. Other people may be able to provide practical support, or provide reassurance that your experience is normal.

Search for ‘breastfeeding support services’ in your area. If this link does not seem to find services in your area speak to your midwife or health visitor who are likely to know of local organisations.

There are also lots of online communities full of breastfeeding mothers. They can be very supportive for helping mothers new to breastfeeding to overcome their concerns about breastfeeding.

Emotional support

Giving birth and having a child are profound emotional experiences.

 

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Positioning and attachment

The way your baby is attached to your breast can make all the difference.

 

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Giving a bottle

Bottle feeding can still be a time for nurturing and bonding with your baby.

 

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Please give us feedback on the site!

This website has been developed as part of a research project at Coventry University. We would love to know what you think of it!

Please take a few minutes to complete a short questionnaire about the site by following the link below.  If you decide not to take part, you can still view the ifeed website.

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