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She says: "She took a little Adidas Neo Lite Racer Blue while to feed to start with but every single midwife on the maternity ward was so helpful in advising different positions. I had to express the milk initially. But as soon as she picked up the idea there was no looking back. Breastfeeding has given her all the benefits for the very best start in life. She is very forward and I'm sure it has helped her. "My advice to other parents would be: it's the best thing you can do for your baby. As far as I'm concerned it's the only way."
Trust and Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust have all achieved stage one accreditation for meeting UNICEF baby friendly standards.
People will also be able to pick up some information and advice on Tuesday, June 21, from 10am to 1pm, when health and care professionals from NCH join up with the Thetford Healthy Town Adidas Neo Advantage White Green
Breasfeeding does not come easily to all new mums. Breasts can become engorged, producing too much milk and can leak. Nipples can become sore or even start to crack, and mums can develop infections such as mastitis and thrush.
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Sonya Moss, a health visitor from Norfolk Community Health and Care (NCH said: "There are lots of breastfeeding cafs organised right across Norfolk to help support parents both before and after the birth of their child. Feedback from parents who attend the cafs shows the opportunity to get together, make friends and support each other is really beneficial. Parents are able to learn from each other, share their experiences and support each other so they don't feel alone."
"Mothers benefit from developing a strong emotional bond with their child, can have a reduced risk of pre menopausal breast and ovarian cancers, and are less likely to suffer hip fractures in later life."
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Claire Norris, 30, from West Lynn gave birth to daughter Evelyn, who is now nine months old, at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn.
And during National Breastfeeding Awareness Week, from June 19 to 25, NHS Norfolk and NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney are promoting the message: "Breastmilk every day counts, every feed counts, every drop counts".
Breastfeeding awareness week eventsOn Monday, June 20, from 9am to 4pm, health visitors from NCH will be hosting an information display at the Forum in Norwich.
and help out there for mums struggling to breastfeed.
Team to host an information session based in a big, yellow gazebo in Thetford High Street (opposite Boots).
Health trusts are also trying to do their bit, and NHS Great Yarmouth and Waveney Community Services, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Adidas Primeknit 3.0 Running Shoes
This is to remind mums and professionals that every amount of breastfeeding contributes to giving babies the best nutrition possible for their immediate and future health.
As well as support from health visitors, there are breastfeeding cafs across Norfolk.
Dr Jenny Harries, joint director of public health for NHS Norfolk and Norfolk County Council, said: "Research suggests that children who have been breastfed may have a reduced risk of contracting stomach bugs, chest infections, asthma, eczema, and suffering allergies. Also, children who are breastfed are thought to be less likely to be obese when they get older.
A special relaunch of the local breastfeeding caf the Downham Market Breastfeeding Support Group, will take place on Wednesday, June 22, from 9am to noon, at Downham Market Children Centre.
On Monday, June 20, from 10am to 11.30am, parents are being invited to come along for some coffee, cake and a chat at the Bumps and Babies Caf which is being held at The United Reformed Church, in Earl Street, Thetford.
Breastfeeding rates in Britain are among the lowest in Europe. Last year, in NHS Norfolk's area, about 75pc of mums started to breastfeed their babies when they were first born, but by the age of six to eight weeks just 43pc of babies continued to receive breastmilk, and only 32pc remained exclusively breastfed.
For more information about support groups in your local area, parents should speak to their health visitor. Alternatively, call the NHS Norfolk and NCH Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) on 0800 587 4132.
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