This site assists with ways to induce lactation as well as other options available. Keep in mind there is more to breastfeeding than just breastmilk. Some mothers chose not to go the induced lactation route but just to feed their baby with a Supplemental Nursing System formula at the breast in order to have the bonding experience of feeding their baby at the breast. http://www.asklenore.info/breastfeeding/induced_lactation/gn_protocols.shtml .
Florida Lactation Consultant Association website at http://flca.info/resourcedir.htm This is a great resource for finding a lactation consultant. Free consultations are also available with a lactation consultant for adoptive mothers to discuss what options are available and they can assist with directing the adoptive mother in the right direction for what is best for her needs.
Dr. Punger, MD
Specializes in Breastfeeding Medicine. Brochure
This site provides a supportive community where members share their experiences/insights. People are seeing patterns emerging. This is facilitating successful adoptive nursing experiences.This is a nice site for perspective adoptive mothers to visit. http://www.fourfriends.com/abrw/
Sweet Pea Breastfeeding
An up to date and comprehensive collection of resources for the parent interested in breastfeeding when it doesn’t occur after a birth. www.sweetpeabreastfeeding.com
La Leche League
Our Mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother. https://www.llli.org/
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