There are a range of ways LLLGB can offer you support with breastfeeding, by telephone, in writing, or using our online information and printed materials. If the blue “chat now” button is showing, then you can also use our new online chat service to have an instant conversation with one of our breastfeeding counsellors.
LLLGB Breastfeeding Information
Getting breastfeeding started
Birth & breastfeeding
Caesarean birth & breastfeeding
Breastfeeding your baby – easy read
Positioning & attachment
Comfortable breastfeeding – easy read
Skin to skin
Is my baby getting enough milk?
Amazing milk, best for everyone
Signs of effective feeding in the early days
Support for transgender & non-binary parents
Allergies & Food Intolerances
Antenatal expression of colostrum
Engorged breasts – avoiding and treating
Sleepy baby – why and what to do
Jaundice in healthy newborns
The unhappy breastfed baby
My baby won’t breastfeed
When a mother is unwell
Thrush and breastfeeding
Help! My baby bit me
Dealing with criticism
Breastfeeding and contact cases
Breastfeeding at a swimming pool
When breastfeeding ends suddenly
Relactation & induced lactation
Breastfeeding in public spaces
Breastfeeding and taking exams
Breastfeeding in emergency situations
Breastfeeding and dental health
Breastfeeding and festivities
Smoking, vaping, cannabis and breastfeeding
When you don’t enjoy breastfeeding
When breastfeeding isn’t working
Breastfeeding Today (LLLI)
Please note: The breastfeeding information on this website has been put together by La Leche League Leaders, who are accredited by La Leche League to provide breastfeeding information. Please note that Leaders have a wide knowledge and experience of breastfeeding but are not medically trained. If you have a medical query, or are concerned about your health or the health of your child please consult your doctor.
Information, references and links on this website are taken from La Leche League resources, unless stated otherwise. Please note that La Leche League GB does not endorse information from outside sources, extra information is provided for you to consider.
Information supplied is not intended as advice. You are in the best position to make a decision as to how the information offered will affect you and your baby.