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Forum on breast feeding

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sarah00001 Sun 12-Jul-15 15:20:50

Hi, I'm sorry to post on here as I know it's the wrong place. I had my baby daughter Lily on Monday via emergency C-section and am having problems with my mllk supply. Can anyone point me in the right place where I can ask others about their experiences. I'm exhausted and have baby brain and can't find it!

Thanks so much, Sarah

ObeseDenise Sun 12-Jul-15 15:21:44

Kellymom is great for bfing advice?

ObeseDenise Sun 12-Jul-15 15:21:55

Congratulations on your DD btw thanks thanks

familysizepack Sun 12-Jul-15 15:26:25

The forum on here us called "infant feeding".

Kellymom is really great for advice though.

Congratulations. smile

familysizepack Sun 12-Jul-15 15:28:52

Oh and it's under talk then 'feed the world', then 'infant feeding'.

Lots of really helpful posters.

Don't forget the breastfeeding helplines too.

Optimism Sun 12-Jul-15 16:18:01

I found the people at the National Breastfeeding Helpline really kind and helpful.

bluewisteria Sun 12-Jul-15 17:36:48

La Leche League are great. Your health visitor might be able to recommend local Breastfeeding groups too.

twinsandapenguin Sun 12-Jul-15 20:38:50

NCT has a telephone helpline and it was fantastic for me. LLL has a similar service

twinsandapenguin Sun 12-Jul-15 20:40:56

0300 330 0700
That is the NCT helpline number
More info here:
www.nct.org.uk/parenting/why-breastfeed

sarah00001 Tue 21-Jul-15 09:39:38

Thanks everyone for your help, I really appreciate it xx

TheBookofRuth Tue 21-Jul-15 09:44:56

It takes longer for your milk to come in after a c-section - 5 days in my case. Lots of skin-to-skin helps. My DD realised my milk had come in before I did - she was lying on my naked chest and suddenly started to wriggling her way down me to help herself!

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