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    Default Decided to BF #3

    I currently just over 7 weeks pregnant and i have a few hurdles to get through yet, but one thing i have decided is i really want to give breastfeeding another go this time round!

    With DS1 i tried i didnt succeed and with DS2 i didnt even attempt. But with this one i really want to give it a good go!

    So i was wondering are there breast feeding classes, support, help , etc ..outside of the hospital?! I dont want to have to try it on my own i know ill need help but i dont want to have to rely on people i know to help me, i would much rather someone who can tell me point blank what to do!!

    Thanks! xx

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    Default Decided to BF #3

    Firstly, well done on making the decision to give it another try!

    Yes there are classes you can do - look on the ABA website for one in your area, they would be the best option. Hospitals do also offer a b/f class later on in your pregnancy.

    It may help for you to make a note of why it didn't work the first time around. That way you can address those concerns and learn ways to help you if they happen again


 

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