Date: June 25, 2019

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Infant & Child Health Links

Breastfeeding Supports

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Breastfeeding Supports

This page was reviewed or revised on Wednesday, May 16, 2018 3:54 PM

How do I know my breastfed baby is getting enough?

Mother breastfeeding her child

Here's how…

  • I keep my baby skin-to-skin.
  • I know my baby's early hunger cues.
  • My baby is latched well at the breast.
  • I hear my baby swallowing.
  • I do breast compressions.
  • My baby has enough wet and dirty diapers.
  • I talked with a public health nurse about breastfeeding.

Lambton Public Health offers FREE, 1-to-1 breastfeeding support, in person or over the telephone.
Drop-in or call to request support.

  • 519-383-3817
  • toll free 1-800-667-1839 ext. 3817

Visit a drop-in location near you to talk about breastfeeding support and infant feeding.

Breastfeeding Resources

Community Services for Breastfeeding Mothers

  • Telehealth Ontario: 1-866-797-0000 / TTY: 1-866-797-0007 Free advice and support from nurses trained in breastfeeding and lactation.
    English and French: 24/7 access to interpreters in more than 100 languages.
  • La Leche League Canada: 1-800-665-4324
    Non-profit group provides education, information, support and encouragement to women who want to breastfeed.
  • North Lambton Community Health Centre: 519-786-4545
    59 King St., W., Forest
    A breast pump is available at North Lambton Community Health Centre and at Kettle Point Health Services. Use of the pump is free, but you must purchase a tubing kit ($20).
  • Prenatal classes offered by Lambton Public Health include information about breastfeeding.