I have a question about breastfeeding
Having someone to provide a listening ear and some practical tips to help you along your breastfeeding journey can be really helpful.
Breastfeed Together is our breastfeeding peer support service.
Local trained volunteers provide parent-to-parent support with everyday breastfeeding situations, whatever the age of your baby. You can come along to one of the Breastfeed Together support groups to chat to our peer supporters and other mothers. Groups take place in the community and online. Visit the Breastfeed Together webpage on the NHS website, or find them on Facebook.
The NHS start4life website has lots of helpful information and tips for breastfeeding challenges, from milk supply, sore nipples, reflux, colic and much more.
The Breastfeeding Friend, a digital tool from Start for Life, has lots of useful information and expert advice to share with you – and because it's a digital tool, you can access it 24 /7.
Better Lives Healthy Futures from Bradford NHS trust have a page dedicated to breastfeeding which includes information on common problems and how they might be solved, the protected right to breastfeed in public, the importance of colostrum (the first few drops of milk expressed after birth), links to further resources and more.