Breastfeeding is something that we are passionate about at BabyWombWorld, and we try to provide good quality support and information to mothers on their breastfeeding journeys.
But for many breastfeeding problems, women really need to see a lactation consultant. Finding help can be difficult under the best of circumstances. South Africa’s current lockdown situation and Covid 19 outbreak, unfortunately, means that these services may not be available as always. The outcome of this may be that many women stop breastfeeding.
We have tried to compile some resources that may assist you with the most common breastfeeding problems. We hope that this makes your life just a little easier, which is the motivation behind all we do.
First choice – Seeing a professional
Contact our in-house lactation consultant Christine Klynhans, who is part of the South African Certifed Lactation Consultant (SACLC) network of professionals across the country and may be able to locate someone to assist you in your area. Alternatively she may be able to assist with an online consultation. You can send an email to email@example.com
Our BabyWombWorld Breastfeeding Blog:
- How birth influences breastfeeding – a domino effect
- How to boost your milk supply
- How do I know what size breast pump flange I need?
- Five basic tips for breastfeeding
- How to choose a breast pump
- Dad’s role in breastfeeding
- Tips for expressing milk
- Contemplating causes and solutions for painful nipples
- Can you have a life and breastfeed?
- Ten Baby Boosting ingredients in breast milk
- Exclusive pumping – another feeding alterantive
- Breastmilk production and supply – terms and conditions apply
- Breastfeeding whilst working – why all the hassle?
- New mom’s guide to breastfeeding mythbusters – separating the experts from the amateurs
- How to make breastfeeding work when you return to work
- Top 5 things you need for breastfeeding
Information on pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and Covid 19
Latching and positioning
Engorgement and full breasts
Concerned over your milk supply:
Baby refusing the breast