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Support for Moms and Families

Lactation support helps parents achieve their infant feeding goals

Prepare During Pregnancy

Getting Started

Travel Recommendations for Nursing Families

Traveling with Your Baby

TSA Regulations about traveling with expressed milk

TSA Regulations about traveling with a breast pump

What are Relactation resources?

Relactation is when you start breastfeeding again after you have completely stopped or have almost weaned. Relactation is often used during emergency situations.

See Health Care Provider Training and Resources – Feeding in Emergencies for more resources

When should I contact a Lactation Consultant or my healthcare provider?

  • Breastfeeding/chestfeeding is painful
  • You have positioning or latching concerns
  • Baby is not back to birth weight by 2 weeks
  • Baby will not wake up to feed at least 8 times in 24 hours
  • Baby falls asleep or stops nursing immediately after latching on



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