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Keyword: Breast Feeding; Language: English

Antipsychotics in pregnancy and breastfeeding

NHS England

This page may be helpful if you are taking an antipsychotic medication – or need to start it - and you: Want to get pregnant Are already pregnant Want to breastfeed.

English - Online Resource

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Breastfeeding at study or work

UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

Going back to study or work may be the first time you have been separated from your baby for long periods. This leaflet explains how you can breastfeed and work.

English - Booklet / Leaflet

Available for download (pdf)

Breastfeeding in public places

Maternity Action

The Equality Act came into force in October 2010. This information sheet gives a brief guide to the new law and what to do if you are treated unfavourably because you are breastfeeding.

English - Online Resource

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Breastfeeding Your Baby - Important information for new mothers

UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

This infosheet will guide you through the basics of breastfeeding, including getting started and how to know your baby is getting enough milk. Breastfeeding will provide your baby with the best possible start in life. Breast milk gives them the bes...

English - Online Resource

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Building a Happy Baby - Guide for Parents

UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

This leaflet offers advice and information on getting to know your baby and setting up the foundations for that strong relationship.

English - Booklet / Leaflet

Available for download (pdf)

Bump to baby

Dairy UK

A short guide to eating well during pregnancy and breastfeeding

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Continuing to breastfeed when you return to work

Maternity Action

This guide covers your options for continuing to breastfeed your baby on return to work, your legal rights and how to negotiate with your employer.

English - Online Resource

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HIV & Breastfeeding

Avert

Antiretroviral treatment (ART) means that mothers with HIV can breastfeed their children safely. ART reduces the amount of HIV in breastmilk, which minimises the risk of passing HIV on.

English - Online Resource

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Infant Formulary and Responsive Bootlefeeding

UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

This simple, concise guide provides formula-feeding parents with a quick overview on how to choose your infant formula.

English - Booklet / Leaflet

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Lithium in pregnancy and breastfeeding

NHS England

This is information is for any woman who is: Taking Lithium and wants to get pregnant. Taking Lithium and is pregnant. Pregnant and may need to start Lithium in pregnancy. Taking Lithium a...

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Off to the best start - important information about feeding your baby

Department of Health and Social Care

This leaflet provides important information about breastfeeding and how it can give your baby the best start in life. It contains sections on what breastfeeding protects against, what to expect after your baby is born, how to breastfeed, signs that ...

English - Online Resource

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Start 4 Life

Department of Health and Social Care

By introducing healthy habits right from birth, you can give your baby the building blocks for a healthier and happier future. Whether you’re pregnant or a new parent, you’ll know what a confusing time it can be! Start4Life is here to provide ...

English - Website

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You and Your Baby - Supporting Love and Nurture on the Neonatal Unit

UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

This leaflet covers a wide range of issues and provides a useful tool to help conversations with parents on the neonatal unit.

English - Booklet / Leaflet

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You are welcome to breastfeed here

UNICEF UK Baby Friendly Initiative

This poster can be displayed in facilities to help promote a welcoming atmosphere for breastfeeding mothers.

English - Poster

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Your guide to contraceptive choices - after you've had your baby

fpa direct

Contraception may be the last thing on your mind when you have just had a baby, but it is something you need to think about if you want to delay or avoid another pregnancy. Many unplanned pregnancies happen in the first few months after childbirth, ...

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