388 Main St. East, Milton, ON L9T 1P8


1159 King Rd, Burlington, Ontario L7R 3X5

A place of origin, growth, and development

Breastfeeding Support

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Breastfeeding Clinic

Breastfeeding at any stage...come in, sit back, we are here for you. 

THE WOMB’S Breastfeeding Clinic is a safe, loving and supportive environment where mothers feel empowered to achieve their breastfeeding goals through education, practical support and the normalization of the breastfeeding relationship. This means we open our arms to you and your challenges, and provide love and acceptance as we work together to rectify each of your concerns, bringing you and your baby closer together. You will get hands on assistance and education while you sit back on your “home-like” chair or couch. 

You will have the expert support of Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultants for both breastfeeding and bottle feeding. 

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Visits include follow up phone, email and text support.

The WOMB can help with:

  • Private prenatal breastfeeding classes
  • Prevention of common breastfeeding challenges
  • Adopting mothers: Induced Lactation support
  • Surrogacy pregnancies: Induced Lactation support
  • Same sex couples: Induced Lactation support
  • Introducing Solid Foods with Breastfeeding
  • Candida challenges
  • Infant Weight loss
  • "Fussy" babies
  • Frequent feeders
  • Nipple/breast pain
  • Mother's hormone disorders
  • Colic/reflux/gassiness
  • Jaundice
  • Caesarian post-recovery support
  • Supplementation methods
  • Feeding multiples
  • Tandem feeding
  • Return to work concerns
  • Weaning

THE WOMB’S Breastfeeding Clinic is open Monday and Wednesday mornings, and Friday afternoons for private appointments, and Wednesday afternoons for group clinic.


Private In-Hospital or Home Consultations and Support

A International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) can assist you with establishing breastfeeding within the first few hours of your baby or babies' life and/or troubleshoot any breastfeeding challenges that you may be experiencing. Phone, email and text support included.


BEST BEGINNINGS PACKAGE: Includes The WOMB's prenatal breastfeeding class, 2 postnatal breastfeeding visits and email, phone and text support. $350*

*All prices are subject to HST

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Prenatal Breastfeeding Class

Facilitated by certified lactation consultants, this prenatal breastfeeding class will help you understand your baby's biological needs right from birth and how meeting those needs will facilitate increased breastfeeding success and parenting confidence.

What to expect to learn:

  • how to establish a connection to your baby right from the beginning
  • how skin to skin contact helps establish breastfeeding
  • where breastmilk comes from and how to ensure a great supply
  • the essentials of knowing how to express breastmilk
  • what is 'normal' newborn breastfeeding behaviour
  • establishing a latch and positioning your baby at the breast
  • understanding the relationship between happy babies and full tummies
  • the role of partners in the breastfeeding relationship
  • what to do in special situations (jaundice, hypoglycemia, weight loss)
  • where to get support
  • ask questions and get answers!
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Women who are supported by their partners are more successful with breastfeeding, so we encourage parents to attend the class together. 

Classes are offered both private and group setting. Group class: $75, Private In Home Class: $150 

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22, 2017: 7:00PM - 9:00PM
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17, 2018: 7:00-9:00PM
WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, 2018: 7:00-9:00PM
WEDNESDAY MAY 9, 2018: 7:00-9:00PM


Breastfeeding & Back to Work

So you are you getting ready to go back to work and are breastfeeding. You are considering continuing your breastfeeding relationship when you go back to work but what does that look like? Or do you need to actively wean before going back to work?

Join lactation consultant, Anita Arora, IBCLC, for this informative workshop where you will learn the answers to these questions and many more.

  •     What do I offer my child in replacement of breast milk?
  •     Do I need to pump when I go back to work?
  •     Does my baby need to take a bottle?

Bring your questions along and get your solutions worked out!

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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 2017: 10:30AM - 12:00PM
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 15, 2018: 10:30AM - 12:00PM
THURSDAY APRIL 19, 2018: 10:30AM - 12:00PM
THURSDAY JUNE 21, 2018: 10:30AM - 12:00PM

Clearly understanding positioning and attachment can help breastfeeding get off to a good start!

Join our breastfeeding support group for answers to your questions about breastfeeding. The WOMB has two physical locations- in Milton and in Burlington.

Understanding Common Breastfeeding Issues

Breastfeeding is the natural way to feed your baby! The milk is free and it is always available at the right temperature. It also contains antibodies that can help keep your baby healthy.

Visit us if you need help addressing any breastfeeding issue. Everyone’s experience with breastfeeding is different and some women freely admit it can be tricky and tiring in the first few days.

Breast milk reduces the risk of stomach, chest and ear infections.

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Breastfeeding is not always easy, but a breastfeeding support group can help!

Expressing Breast Milk

If you're getting ready to return to work after maternity leave, it’s time to learn about expressing your breast milk.  Expressed breast milk is much better for your baby than formula, and it helps maintain breastfeeding. 

If you need any guidance to express breast milk, visit our breastfeeding support centre. We can also help you if you've decided to stop breastfeeding!

Breast milk is your baby’s natural food

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Benefits of breastfeeding:

Breast milk contains special antibodies
It provides the ideal nutrition for infants
It is more easily digested than formula
It lowers your baby's risk of having allergies