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  • Breastfeeding Support Services - Cork University Hospital
    Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Clinic Schedule GPs Clinicians Our Clinical Specialists Patient Information Leaflets Referral Process Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Breastfeeding Support Services Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services The Benefits of Breastfeeding How to Breastfeed FAQ Support Services Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service

    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Maternity-Services/Breastfeeding-Support-Services/ (2016-02-02)
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  • The Benefits of Breastfeeding - Cork University Hospital
    Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Breastfeeding Support Services The Benefits of Breastfeeding Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services The Benefits of Breastfeeding How to Breastfeed FAQ Support Services Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z CUMH Publications Read more The Benefits of Breastfeeding Breastfeeding Why breastfeeding is so special Breast milk is an ideal blend of nutrients which provide everything a young baby needs for healthy growth and development It is also very easy for a baby to digest Breast milk unlike other baby milks contains antibodies which help protect babies against infections such as coughs colds chest infections and tummy upsets Breastfeeding reduces the risk of childhood obesity Breastfeeding helps build a special bond between a mother and her baby Breast milk is available at all times and is free Breast milk is hygienic because unlike other baby milks breast milk does not have to be prepared using special equipment which can so easily be contaminated by germs Breastfeeding helps you to return to your normal weight after delivery by using up the fat stored in pregnancy Breast milk is environmentally friendly it is a truly natural resource While breastfeeding hormones are released into the mother s blood which make her feel relaxed and content The Department of Health and Children in line with the World Health Organisation recommend that babies should

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  • How to Breastfeed? - Cork University Hospital
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    Original URL path: http://cuh.hse.ie/Our-Services/Our-Specialities-A-Z-/Cork-University-Maternity-Hospital/Services-Provided/Maternity-Services/Breastfeeding-Support-Services/How-to-Breastfeed-/ (2016-02-02)
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  • FAQ - Cork University Hospital
    Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z CUMH Publications Read more FAQ What are the Patterns of breastfeeding Babies feeding patterns vary enormously For example some babies do not want many feeds in the first day or two However the feeds may then become very frequent particularly in the first few weeks This is quite normal If you just feed your baby whenever he seems hungry you produce plenty of milk to meet his needs This is because each time he feeds messages are sent to your brain which then sends signals to your breast to produce more milk More feeding More signals More milk Each time your baby feeds the milk supply is being built up While he is learning his feeds may also be quite long Many mothers worry that frequent feeding means that they have not got enough milk to feed their baby Providing that the baby is properly attached to the breast this is very unlikely to be the case Ask your midwife for advice if you are unsure Once you and your baby are used to breastfeeding it is usually very easy The milk is always available at just the right temperature In fact there is really no need to think about it at all Your baby lets you know when it is time for the next feed Your breastfeeding is going well when your baby is alert and waking for feeds has a minimum of 5 6 wet nappies and 2 soiled nappies per day after the first week is gaining weight after the first week settles and sleeps at some timed during the 24 hours and your breasts or nipples are not sore Why express your milk If you need to help your baby attach to a full breast If your breasts feel full and uncomfortable If your baby is too small or sick to breastfeed If you need to be away from your baby for more than an hour or two If you are going back to work What are the methods of expressing your milk There are three main methods of expressing breastmilk 1 By hand This is a free and convenient way of expressing milk and is particularly useful if you need to relieve an uncomfortable breast These instructions are a guide but the best way to learn is to practise perhaps in the bath so that you find what works for you With practice it is possible to express

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  • Support Services - Cork University Hospital
    Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Clinic Schedule GPs Clinicians Our Clinical Specialists Patient Information Leaflets Referral Process Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Support Services Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services Support Services Clinical Nutrition Parent Craft Classes Physiotherapy Maternity Neonatal Social Work Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit

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  • Clinical Nutrition - Cork University Hospital
    Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Clinic Schedule GPs Clinicians Our Clinical Specialists Patient Information Leaflets Referral Process Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Support Services Clinical Nutrition Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services Support Services Clinical Nutrition Parent Craft Classes Physiotherapy Maternity Neonatal Social Work Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine

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  • Parent Craft Classes - Cork University Hospital
    Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A Z Clinic Schedule GPs Clinicians Our Clinical Specialists Patient Information Leaflets Referral Process Discharge Process GP Seminars Research Education Undertaking Research Clinical Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Support Services Parent Craft Classes Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services Support Services Clinical Nutrition Parent Craft Classes Physiotherapy Maternity Neonatal Social Work Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic

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  • Physiotherapy - Cork University Hospital
    Studies and Trials Nursing Midwifery Centre Of Nurse Education Nurse Practice Development Unit NPDU Centre of Midwifery Education Research Postgraduate Medical Education UCC Medical Grand Rounds Undergraduate Medical Education Allied Health Professionals Careers Our Vacancies Latest Career News Your Medical Career Your Nursing Career Why Should I Choose To Nurse At CUH Learning Development Opportunities Our Nurses Achievements Meet Some Of Our Nurses The Application Process Why Work With CUH Explore Employee Benefits Research Education Working Living in Cork Work Experience Volunteering Meet Some Of The Team HR Policies Procedures Career Information Resources HSE ie Contact Us Human Resources Medical Manpower Nursing Midwifery Home Our Services Our Specialities A Z Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Support Services Physiotherapy Our Services Our Departments A Z Our Specialities A Z Acute Medical Assessment Unit Acute Psychiatry Old Age Psychiatry Acute Stroke Unit Anaesthesia ITU Cancer Services Cardiac Services Chest Pain Clinic Chemotherapy Unit Consultants Private Clinic Cork University Maternity Hospital Services Provided Maternity Services Antenatal Services Post Natal Care Breastfeeding Support Services Support Services Clinical Nutrition Parent Craft Classes Physiotherapy Maternity Neonatal Social Work Miscarriage Pregnancy Loss Newborn Care Gynaecology Research Education GP Information Contact Us Access To services Our Clinical Specialists Publications Day Surgery Services Dermatology Diabetic Retinopathy Screening Programme Emergency Medicine Trauma Services Endocrinology Diabetes Endoscopy Unit Gastroenterology General Medicine General Surgery Urology Haematology Infusion Day Unit Infectious Diseases Internal Medicine Laboratory Medicine Liaison Psychiatry Service Local Injuries Unit Mental Health Facility Nephrology Renal Medicine Neurosciences Nursing Midwifery Service Older People Services Ophthalmology Otolarygynology ENT Paediatrics Services Pain Relief Palliative Medicine Plastic Maxillo Facial Surgery Radiology Service Radiotherapy Oncology Rehabilitation Medicine Respiratory Medicine Rheumatology Soft Tissue Injury Clinic Stomatherapy Service Surgical Assessment Unit Trauma Orthopaedics UCC Dental Hospital Urodynamics Vascular Surgery Wound Care Clinic Our Clinics A

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