Breastfeeding is an investment in your baby’s future and a wonderful gift that lasts a lifetime. Your breast milk provides optimal nutrition and health for as long as you breastfeed – and beyond. At the TriHealth Breastfeeding Care Center, our team of experienced International Board Certified Lactation Consultants offers a variety of resources and services to help you achieve your breastfeeding goals.
The Breastfeeding Help Line
If you are experiencing any breastfeeding problems, our international board certified lactation consultants are here to help. Call our Breastfeeding Help Line, at 513 862 7867, option 3.
TriHealth Breastfeeding Help Line Hours
- Monday - Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Saturday, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Outpatient appointments can also be scheduled by calling 513 862 7867, option 3.
Breastfeeding Resource Guide
If you would like to read more about breastfeeding your baby, TriHealth has developed a Essentials of Breastfeeding and Pumping (PDF) that contains the most up-to-date information as well as other resources on a variety of related topics.
Our team of International Board Certified Lactation Consultants has more experience assisting families with breastfeeding than any area hospital. Learn more about our credentials and experience. Learn more.
From the certifications and training your lactation consultation should have to what type of support you should expect, learn how to tell whether you have the best. Learn more.
From questions about whether you should supplement with formula to concerns over whether your baby is getting enough vitamin D, we answer all of your questions. Learn more.
If you would like to meet other mothers who are breastfeeding and learn more as you breastfeed your baby, attend monthly support groups held at Bethesda North and Good Samaritan Hospitals. Learn more.
Research has shown that your breast milk is uniquely designed for your baby’s optimal health and growth for as long as you breastfeed – and well beyond! Learn more.
Use these tips to make the early days of breastfeeding at home a little easier for you and your baby. Learn more.
Learn more about the different types of breast pumps and which one is the best fit for your lifestyle. Learn more.
If you and your baby are experiencing any of the following breastfeeding problems, schedule an appointment with one of our lactation consultants. Learn more.
Many mothers continue breastfeeding when they return to work or school. Here are some tips for continuing to breastfeed and providing expressed breast milk for your baby when you are away. Learn more.
From football and cross-cradle positions to general positioning tips, find techniques that work for you. Learn more.
From breastfeeding issues like inverted or sore/damaged nipples to waning from the pump, use the following care plans to help you through the process. Learn more.