There are so many resources for breastfeeding, but sorting through all of them may be overwhelming, let us help you!
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Kellymom is an excellent resource for pretty much ANY breastfeeding question that you may have. A website built on evidence with linked sources so that you can trust the accuracy of the information given.
La Leche League (LLL) has brought breastfeeding mothers together for 60 years! Finding support is so important for breastfeeding mothers and LLL has support groups all over the world!
"Our Mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother." ~La Leche League International
Best for babes is an organization that is dedicated to helping mothers beat common "booby traps" so that they can meet their breastfeeding goals. Check out the video below for more information. Best For Babes is a wealth of information for every breastfeeding mother and is a must have on your resource list.
If you need to fly with your pump and breastmilk, I always tell moms it is a good idea to read through the TSA guidelines so that they know what to expect. It might even be a good idea to print this page out and keep with you to reference.
Milk donation and the use of human banked milk in increasingly becoming more common in the United States. Premature at fragile infants often need human milk to keep them alive. The Human Milk Banking Association of North America or HMBANA has facilities all over North American that offers pasteurized human milk to hospitals and to families in need. If you or someone you know has extra milk to donate please consider donating to a local milk bank.
March of Dimes is an organization who's mission is to help fight premature birth. Premature birth is the number one cause of death in babies. This is an excellent resource for premature birth.
This NEC is an amazing resource for families affected by Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC), and for health care providers, and clinicians whom are interested in learning more about prevention of NEC.
"The NEC Society is the world’s first and only activist-based, clinician/family collaborative organization specifically focused on the understanding, prevention and treatment of NEC. The NEC Society was launched in 2014 and is spearheaded by two mothers who lost their own babies to NEC."