暑期休假 Summer Holiday

由即日起至2017年8月31日,全母乳顧問中心將會休假。如有查詢,請電郵ibclcheidi@gmail.com

Holistic Lactation Centre will be on summer holiday starting today until end of August 2017.  Any enquiries please forward to ibclcheidi@gmail.com

 

 

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全母乳媽媽分享茶聚 – 如何平衡母乳餵哺與睡眠?

懷孕的媽媽們,要為將來成功餵哺母乳作準備,最佳的方法是向經驗媽媽學習。了解實際的哺乳心得。而新手媽媽亦可透過茶聚互相支持!

歡迎準媽媽、新手媽媽帶同伴侶、寶寶及親友來臨, 向有經驗的全母乳媽媽學習餵母乳心得。

活動提供茶點,以輕鬆形式一起分享和學習。

茶聚內容:

1) 由國際哺乳顧問林茵怡講解:

晚間育兒- 如何平衡母乳餵哺與睡眠?

–        如何安全地與寶寶同床共睡?

–        配合母乳餵哺的其他晚間育兒方法

2) 幾位與寶寶同床的媽媽分享她們同床餵母乳的好處、心得等經驗。

3)  問答時間:歡迎準媽媽及新手媽媽提問,國際哺乳顧問林茵怡,自然療法醫師黃偉德,以及各經驗全母乳媽媽將會為你解答疑難。

日期: 2012年7月7日(星期六)
時間: 2 pm – 4pm
地點: 香港上環文咸東街135號1905室  黃偉德自然醫學中心
費用: 每位$40
報名: 請電郵致info@gentlemedicine.info報名留位。
查詢:  2815 9900 或info@gentlemedicine.info

全母乳媽媽分享茶聚

在香港,母乳餵哺文化仍然很薄弱,懷孕的時候,身邊很難找到全母乳餵哺的親友來讓妳了解母乳餵哺的實況。到妳餵哺母乳時,想找同路人互相分享,互相鼓勵及學習,也不太容易。

「全母乳顧問中心」致力重建母乳餵哺文化,現推出【全母乳媽媽分享茶聚】,希望能提供一個平台,聯繫各位媽媽們,並互相分享、支持和學習。

如妳是準媽媽、新手媽媽,歡迎帶同伴侶、寶寶及親友來臨,向有經驗的全母乳媽媽學習餵母乳心得。如妳是經驗媽媽,歡迎前來分享母乳餵哺經驗。如妳有母乳餵哺的疑問,亦可以即場向國際哺乳顧問提出。

請各位母乳媽媽積極參加,餵母乳是不必躱在家𥚃的!出來走走,結織其他母乳媽媽,令妳煥然一新,也令妳明白到,自己所遇到的難題,可能其他人也是遇過的!

活動提供茶點,以輕鬆形式一起分享和學習。請即報名。

茶聚內容:

1) 由國際哺乳顧問林茵怡講解「母乳餵哺與藥物」的關係。吃了藥是否可以繼續餵母乳?醫生要求吃藥時停餵母乳應該怎麼辦?
2) 全母乳媽媽分享她們餵母乳過程中的困難、解決方法、好處、心得等經驗。
3)  問答時間:歡迎準媽媽及新手媽媽提問,國際哺乳顧問林茵怡,自然療法醫師黃偉德,以及各經驗全母乳媽媽將會為你解答疑難。

日期: 2012年6月9日(星期六)
時間: 2 pm – 4pm
地點: 香港上環文咸東街135號1905室  黃偉德自然醫學中心
費用: 每位$40
報名: 請電郵致info@gentlemedicine.info報名留位。
查詢: 2815 9900 或info@gentlemedicine.info

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南華早報文章:New mothers should seek help from professionals if they want to breastfeed – by Heidi Lam

星期日南華早報 (4 Mar 12) 刊登了Heidi Lam的一篇文章,回應之前報導有關餵母乳的困難。文章題為:New mothers should seek help from professionals if they want to breastfeed. Heidi 指出,儘管在香港餵哺母乳有不少阻力,但仍有很多成功餵哺母乳的例子,包括全職媽媽及上班媽媽,而她們都有一些共通的特徵,值得我們借鏡。詳情參閱文章剪報原文,或看以下的轉載。

本文章是回應一篇之前的報導,題為:Before babies hit the bottle — Despite good intentions, nursing mothers in Hong Kong are held back by a lack of support. 報導指很多媽媽都難於持續餵母乳。詳情參考原文

In response to an earlier report on breastfeeding obstacles, Sunday Morning Post (4 Mar 12) published an article by Heidi Lam, titled: New mothers should seek help from professionals if they want to breastfeed. Heidi said despite obstacles, there are many mothers who are successful in breastfeeding, including full time mothers and workings mothers.  And they have common traits. For details please see the article, original newspaper clipping, or the post below.

Heidi’s article is published in response to an earlier report titled: Before babies hit the bottle — Despite good intentions, nursing mothers in Hong Kong are held back by a lack of support. See the original report.

(以下是Heidi的文章。Below is the article by Heidi.)

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Published in Sunday Morning Post on Mar 04, 2012

New mothers should seek help from professionals if they want to breastfeed

I am writing refer to the article by Vanessa Yung (“Before babies hit the

bottle”, February 26).

Many mothers in Hong Kong experience difficulties with breastfeeding,

and even though most of them try to breastfeed in hospital after giving

birth, most fail to continue. The article rightly mentions a number of

obstacles. But how about those who are successful, how can they do it?

In my years of counselling mothers (as a certified lactation consultant), I

have seen many cases of successful breastfeeding. There are full-time

mothers, working mothers and those who work part-time who are all

breastfeeding. Those who have to work will pump their milk during

separation and nurse when they are back home.

These successful mothers have common traits.

First of all, they are determined and they never gave up.

They did their homework before giving birth to learn more about

breastfeeding and so they were knowledgeable. They attended classes,

joined meetings and talked to other breastfeeding mothers so they could

understand real-life situations.

Also, whenever they faced challenges they asked for help.

Breastfeeding problems can often be fixed if you ask for help from

experienced counsellors or professionals. There are volunteers who are

willing to help and lactation consultants who are professionals.

I would like to stress the importance of learning breastfeeding and

getting well prepared before birth. In Hong Kong, bottle-feeding

dominates and the breastfeeding culture is weak, so how can new

mothers be expected to know how to breastfeed and look after a

breastfed baby if they never see anyone doing it?

How many times do readers see a mother breastfeeding in Hong Kong?

New mothers should learn from reliable sources and get to know

breastfeeding mothers.

They should avoid breastfeeding seminars run by formula companies,

which lure mothers with free gifts. Not only is that against the

International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes, their purpose

is to get women to bottle-feed.

Before we can get more maternity leave, nursing rooms, and better

support, it is up to mothers to improve the breastfeeding rate. If they are

determined they can make a change.

Heidi Lam, Discovery Bay

Copyright © 2012 South China Morning Post Publishers Ltd. All right reserved

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