Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
Medway families can book a 'Hello Baby' appointment and speak to a peer supporter about getting feeding off to the
If you need support when your baby arrives, you can also call the health visitor duty line or speak to a peer supporter. To book your appointment:
- ring 07791 043 190
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- call your health visitor on 0300
If you're pregnant or your baby is under 2 weeks old, you can also get information from Medway Foundation
Breastfeeding isn’t just about mums. Whoever you are, you can show your support.
You can also get involved on Facebook.
Breastfeeding isn't always easy but there are many benefits. Doctors recommend your baby is breastfed for at least six months.
If you're struggling, need motivation, have questions or simply want to meet other mums to talk to about breastfeeding, then we're here to help.
The app's packed full of advice, resources and helpful films that will help answer your questions about breastfeeding.
Alcohol and pregnancy
According to the Chief Medical Officers (CMO) for the UK, the safest approach is to not drink alcohol at all during pregnancy. This will help keep risks to your baby to a minimum.
Drinking alcohol in pregnancy can lead to long-term harm to your baby. The more you drink, the greater the risk.
Find out more about drinking alcohol while pregnant.