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Babyfeeding matters
is an independent website which is written for parents by health professionals who have a special interest and expertise in babyfeeding. Our aim is to provide easily accessible, up-to-date, accurate information about all matters related to babyfeeding and to provide a free forum, where you can become part of an online support group.

Quicklink for information on taking painkillers when breastfeeding.
Click here for painkillers information.

Comment on your experience of baby feeding services and also provide feedback.
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For women in Moray, we have a new survey on women's experiences of baby feeding in Moray:
Click here for the Moray survey
In Your Area

In your area
Find out what's happening in your local area: breastfeeding groups, baby massage etc.
Click in your area for more information.

Breastfeeding Quilt
NHSG would like your help in producing a Breastfeeding Quilt and we're requesting all interested people to sew panels, which will then be sewn together into one large quilt and displayed during Breastfeeding Awareness Week 2017.
Download the entry form here.


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ForumYou can use the free forum to share your stories, concerns, successes and hot-tips regarding all matters related to babyfeeding. We would also appreciate feedback on how we can tailor the site to meet your specific needs.

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24 October 2016

As cold and flu season takes off, here's what you need to know.
Does Breastfeeding Affect Your Immune System? The benefits of breastfeeding are huge - ...
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19 October 2016

Businesses in Aberdeen, UK, become 'breastfeeding-friendly'
Dozens of cafes, shops and restaurants have signed up to a scheme to recruit "breastfeedin...
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