Breastfeeding Information

Dear Expectant Parents,

Our OB/GYN in Bucks County encourages our new mothers to become informed about the many benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and baby. Though there is an abundance of information available in support of breastfeeding, our women's health center takes our cues from The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology. The College gives the following recommendations:

“The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists strongly encourages women to breastfeed and supports each woman’s right to breastfeed. The College recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life, with continued breastfeeding as complementary foods are introduced through the infant’s first year of life.”

Though Breast is Best, our office of obstetrics in Doylestown, PA, understands that every family's needs and situations are unique. Some women may not produce enough milk while some babies may require more milk than their mothers can produce. Our staff and the staff of Doylestown Hospital VIA Maternity Center will provide recommendations based on your unique circumstances. However, regardless of what route you choose, we will support you in the feeding choice that is right for you and your family.

Sign Up for a Class

Attend a breastfeeding class and learn the most up to date breastfeeding practices. You can also reach out to our Bucks County female obstetricians for pregnancy care tips to get you through your pregnancy and beyond. or CALL (215)345-2121

Helpful Online Resources

Our pregnancy care specialist recommends the following resources for the best care for you and baby:

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Questions about prenatal education programs:

Marlene Rosenblum, RN, Parent Education Coordinator at [email protected]

Please feel free to discuss anything with us during your visit to our women's health center. To learn more about breastfeeding, click on the infographic below, visit our Breastfeeding FAQ page or contact our OB/GYN in Bucks County today.

Thank you!