- Pregnancy & Adoption
- New Baby
- Pregnancy & Infant Loss
Remember, it can take a while to feel confident about breastfeeding, but you’re not alone. Your midwife and health visitor are there to help, guide and support you. There’s also lots of advice available online or via support groups, helplines and websites. From the Breastfeeding Friend to websites with advice, you can get lots of support online https://www.nhs.uk/start4life/baby/breastfeeding/breastfeeding-help-and-support/
Breastfeeding Friend from Start4life
If you have any breastfeeding questions this service is available 24/7, has lots of useful information and expert advice to share with you which is all NHS-approved. Whether you are experiencing breastfeeding difficulties, you’ve got sore nipples, or you want to know about vitamins and what to include in your diet – if its a breastfeeding related question, the Breastfeeding Friend is ready to help you. Available on:
National Breastfeeding Helpline
For independent, confidential, non-judgmental breastfeeding support and information, open 9.30am-9.30pm 365 days a year. All calls are answered by highly trained volunteers who are also mums who have breastfed.
Telephone: 0330 100 0212
Returning to Work When Breastfeeding
Returning to work after having a new baby is difficult enough, continuing to breastfeed should not make it harder. Support and facilities are in place to help support you on this journey.
Email email@example.com if you have any questions or concerns.
Cool boxes and ice packs
These are available to loan (for as long as you need). These will be suited for staff working in the community, who may not have fixed work base. Breast milk can be stored in a cooler with an ice pack for 24 hours.
The below sites have facilities available in the community reception areas which staff can use
These rooms may be suited to staff working in the area. There is not a booking system for the rooms as they are also available to the public.
Milk storing facilities
COMING SOON – we are working to place designated lockable fridges to store expressed milk.
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