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The Mammae online breastfeeding program is a fully comprehensive tool to prepare you for breastfeeding and to help you through the early days and weeks.  The program contains several hours of webinars and articles accompanied by over 60 videos of mothers and babies breastfeeding, showing techniques and tips, how to identify when your baby is feeding well and how to overcome common obstacles.  

Research shows that spending 3 hours with a lactation consultant holding the IBCLC credential means that you are 3 times more likely to still be breastfeeding at 3 months.  This online program is designed to provide that time with a virtual IBCLC, if you are unable to see an IBCLC in person.  It covers all the material which would be covered in the group class with the addition of a lot more video material and the advantage of working through it at a pace that suits you.  Access is not time limited so you can use it to prepare for your baby and to troubleshoot after your baby arrives.

Testimonials from Mammae Breastfeeding Preparation:

"I couldn't rate your workshop highly enough! Firmly believe all that you informed me about was the key to a wonderful successful bf journey. It was wonderful to hear all the benefits of breastfeeding and I believe that every mother should be offered the chance to attend a course like yours"
"Fantastic class, couldn't recommend it more. Both me and my husband got a lot out of it."
"Your class (in hindsight) prepared me massively in that it was a very honest and informative session. Would recommend to anyone hoping to bf as I appreciated the honest and factual approach. Thanks Carol."

Online Breastfeeding Course

Price: £30.00.

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Important Information

All material on this website is provided for educational purposes only. Online information cannot replace an in-person consultation with a qualified, independent International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) or your health care provider. If you are concerned about your health, or that of your child, consult with your health care provider regarding the advisability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your individual situation.