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Breastfeeding Videos

Welcome to the Middlesex-London Health Unit breastfeeding video library. Watch the following breastfeeding videos and learn about breastfeeding support from Public Health Nurses, milk supply, hand expression, latching, breastfeeding positions, and much more.

Important Notice

Our breastfeeding videos mention a service previously known as “Well Baby/Child and Breastfeeding Clinics”, which is now called "Infant Growth/Development and Breastfeeding Drop-ins” due to service changes. Also, the telephone number displayed for Health Connection has recently changed to 519-663-5317 ext. 2280.

 
 
 

Health Connection

Call Health Connection to speak with a Public Health Nurse in London.

  • 519-663-5317 ext. 2280
  • Monday - Friday
    8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Breastfeeding Appointments and
Drop-in Locations

 
  • Mother breastfeeding babyVideo #7: Birth Control and Breastfeeding
    Can I get pregnant if I am breastfeeding? Which methods of birth control will affect my milk supply? Learn more about your birth control options and which methods are safe for breastfeeding mothers.
 

Video by UNICEF

  • Breastfeeding Hand ExpressionHand Expression
    The Baby-Friendly Initiative recommends that all mothers are taught how to hand express. It’s a valuable skill to learn. Expressing breastmilk by hand in the early hours and days will help you establish and build your milk supply.
 

Video by the Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO)

 

Videos by the Region of Peel

Watch the Region of Peel's breastfeeding videos. Their growing library includes information about milk supply, latching, breastfeeding positions and much more.

  • Breastfeeding motherThe First Hours
    Humans are part of the natural world of mammals and because of this fact all healthy human babies are born with instincts that help them to obtain food from their mothers at a very early age.
  • Breastfeeding motherSkin-to-skin
    Spending the first few minutes after birth with your baby skin to skin creates the perfect environment to succeed with breastfeeding.
  • Mother breastfeedingThe Latch
    The latch is basically defined as how the baby actually attaches on to your breast or comes on to your breast. Make sure that you’ve got a good latch because it will affect how much milk the baby will remove as well as how much milk your body makes.
  • Breastfeeding motherPositions
    A good position and latch helps your baby get enough milk to satisfy your baby’s hunger and ensures your breasts are stimulated to produce enough milk. When you’re positioning your baby at the breast, it’s important for you to choose a position that is comfortable for you and your baby.

Thank you to Peel Region Public Health for allowing us to display their Breastfeeding Instructional Videos on our website. The videos provide helpful and evidence-based information. They cover topics such as latching and positioning, skin-to-skin and milk supply.

 
Date of creation: June 21, 2013
Last modified on: April 12, 2017