Breastfeeding is an amazing journey for mom and baby. But, most moms need a little help. This page is full of all of my breastfeeding tips and tricks gathered into one place to make them easier to find. From learning how to prepare to breastfeed, how to clear a clogged duct, to ways to celebrate your breastfeeding journey.

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Breastfeeding Resources

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Here are some great additional resources for breastfeeding information.

Finding help

Locate a local breastfeeding support group – La Leche League USA

Have Aeroflow help you get a FREE breastpump through your insurance! – Aeroflow Breastpumps specializes in helping pregnant and nursing women get their breast pump through insurance. They take care of the entire process, from filing the insurance claim to helping mom choose the right breast pump for her lifestyle and shipping the pump right to her door.

Breastfeeding education resources


Latch: A Handbook for Breastfeeding with Confidence at Every Stage” by Robin Kaplan M.Ed. IBCLC

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Online breastfeeding support groups

Facebook Group: Breast Friends! : Breastfeeding Support from Classy Nonjudgmental moms!

Is your medication breastfeeding safe?

These two sites can help you to determine if a medication is safe to take while breastfeeding. Unfortunately, doctors are frequently incorrect when it comes to this. It’s better to check for yourself before you needlessly pump and dump or take a medication that you shouldn’t.

LactMed – Part of the U.S. National Library of Medicine

Infant Risk Center – Part of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. You can also call their hotline M-F 8AM-5PM CT to ask your questions directly. The number is (806) 352- 2519.

Breastfeeding Videos

Video: How to properly attach a haakaa breast pump

Video: Hands on pumping techniques to maximize milk production

Still have questions??

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