Resources

Breastfeeding Sources:

https://www.womenshealth.gov/breastfeeding/ - A good source on many women’s health topics, including the "Your Guide to Breastfeeding" publication.

http://med.stanford.edu/newborns/professional-education/breastfeeding/hand-expressing-milk.html - Dr. Jane Morton demonstrates how easily hand expression can be taught in this Stanford University video on "Hand Expressing Breast Milk."

http://med.stanford.edu/newborns/professional-education/breastfeeding/maximizing-milk-production.html - This video demonstrates some ways that pumping mothers can increase production without medication.

www.bfar.org - Offers “Breastfeeding After Reduction” information and support.

www.infantrisk.com - Questions about OTC or prescription medications while pregnant or nursing? Call the experts at the Infant Risk Center: Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm CT (806) 352-2519.

www.KellyMom.com - Provides information on a wide variety of breastfeeding topics.

http://www.lalecheleague.org/ - Offers support, encouragement, information on breastfeeding, and even the opportunity to contact a leader in your local area.

http://baycare.prolacta.com/ - Information about the BayCare Donor Milk Program operated with Prolacta Bioscience; provides contact information for donating breast milk.

https://milkbankofflorida.org/ - Promotes Health and Healing through Human Donor Milk; mothers can donate their breast milk to this association.

https://www.hmbana.org/ - Human Milk Banking Association of North America; promotes the health of babies and mothers through the provision of safe pasteurized donor milk and support of breastfeeding; mothers can donate their breast milk to this association.