Adult breastfeeding cam chat
Please try again later, or call our Helpline on 03 between 9.30am-9.30pm Opening hours At the moment we do not have set opening hours for web chat, it depends when volunteers are available. Before you start the web chat please ensure you have a reliable internet connection.
If the sign says ‘chat’ but you are not connected to a volunteer in less than a minute, it means the volunteers are busy on other chats. Mobile phone signals can vary and if you move around during your chat and lose signal, the chat will be disconnected.
When the new window appears you’ll see a message that says ‘please wait while an agent responds to your chat request’.
If a volunteer is available to chat, she will greet you and her message will appear in your window.
Does anyone know about any chat rooms for breastfeeding mothers?
I currently go to a breast feeding support meeting once a month but its not enough. ive decided to try this time no bottle and breast only.
This means the volunteer you chat to will be able to see your previous conversations.
If you haven’t chatted to us before, you don’t have a reference number, or you don’t want the volunteer to see previous conversations, no need to enter anything in the box.
How it works If you see this sign we are available to chat.You will receive the same independent, non-judgemental, mother centred support and information that you would on the phone helpline.If the volunteer (or you) feels it would be more appropriate to talk things through on the phone, she may suggest this.When you click on the ‘chat’ button, a new pop up window will open.
If you have been given a reference number from a previous chat, you can enter it in the box that says ‘reference number’.
Please allow a few moments for the online connection to be established and review the rules at the bottom of this page before you enter the room.