How often does breastfeeding come undone? | Breastfeeding Medicine.
Revolt of the moms. Protested discrimination against women who breastfeed in public. The last place we visit on our wonderful Antarctica/ South America holiday. Great to see “Sisters doin it for themselves, standing on their own two feet “ I’ll be back in Perth and ready for home visits 27th March, ring me 0407778183.
Newborn behaviour, crying and settling | Raising Children Network. Here is a good website with some useful videos and other information for new parents.
If you have a history of any allergy (other than egg allergy), are pregnant and would like to contribute to science contact me and I will give more details. This is a study designed to investigate the effect of egg intake of the mother on egg levels in her breastmilk during the first 6 weeks…
SENSE-ational Mealtimes. a great new book to help parents deal with their child’s unique sensory preferences and experiences
Have a look at the flier attached to see the different breastfeeding and lactation studies underway at UWA and if your interested make contact, you will be well looked after and I’m sure find it fascinating. RecruitFlyer_Nov2013
Babytastes | Natural, flavoursome foods this is a great website, they have also produced 2 great books with great recipes suitable for the whole family.
Research shows us about 80% of new mothers have some difficulty with breastfeeding. Home visits for lactation consults make it so much easier for the new mum, they also ensure your consultant sees you breastfeeding in your own surroundings. As a home visiting lactation consultant I am happy to travel anywhere in the Perth area….
A baby born with ankyloglossia or tongue tie can have a great deal of trouble trying to breast feed, this case report shows the huge difference in how much milk the baby was able to get from breast feeding once the tongue tie was snipped. Here is a link to Pediatrics eFirst Pages showing the…
If you are a community group that would like someone to come and give your group a talk on breastfeeding I am willing and able.