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Breastfeeding; postnatal depression or anxiety support

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Breastfeeding Information | Australian Breastfeeding Association

In this section, you will find answers to most of your breastfeeding questions

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Exercise and breastfeeding | Australian Breastfeeding Association

by Renee Kam, Physiotherapist, IBCLC and ABA Breastfeeding Counsellor.

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Breastfeeding problems | Australian Breastfeeding Association

Common breastfeeding questions: enough milk, too much milk, expressing - Raising Children NetworkCommon breastfeeding questions: challenges, getting help - Raising Children Network

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Breastfeeding Confidence | Australian Breastfeeding Association

Breastfeeding Confidence is a quick guide on the essentials of breastfeeding. Download your free copy now.Breastfeeding Confidence has also been translated into other languages.

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Breastfeeding Helpline | Australian Breastfeeding Association

The Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) runs the National Breastfeeding Helpline 1800 mum 2 mum (1800 686 268). The Breastfeeding Helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It is staffed by trained, volunteer counsellors who answer calls on a roster system in their own homes.

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Breastfeeding and anaesthesia | Australian Breastfeeding Association

It is usually possible to continue breastfeeding if you or your baby need to have a surgery. It is important to discuss with the surgeon and anaesthetist when it is safe to begin breastfeeding again after surgery.

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Breastfeeding basics | Australian Breastfeeding Association

How to breastfeed: getting a good attachment - Raising Children NetworkHow to breastfeed: breastfeeding positions - Raising Children Network

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Breastfeeding and immunity | Australian Breastfeeding Association

Breastfeeding and mothers’ vaccinationsIn general, it is safe for breastfeeding women to receive a vaccination should it be needed. If unsure, each mother should check with her health care provider for information about a particular vaccination. For more information, see The Australian Immunisation Handbook (2013).

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