In line with World Breastfeeding Week, we are offering our students a MONTH of great specials! To celebrate we have some amazing specials on our BreastEd courses for the month of August!

Take advantage of these huge discounts on our BreastEd courses and Full BreastEd package until September 1st - perfect for the 2019 IBLCE Exam preparation or continuing education!
  • BreastEd Courses (individual) - Enroll into 3 or more and receive 15% off - Use the coupon code: AUGWBW18 when you enroll
  • Enroll in "LEAARC Approved Program" of all 10 BreastEd courses for only US$999 - Use the coupon code FBEWBW18 when you enroll

LEAARC Programs are of the highest standard, which meets and exceeds the IBLCE exam requirements in quality, comprehensiveness and length.

When purchasing the Full BreastEd Program, you will receive 12 months access to course materials and experienced tutors. Meets and exceeds the pre-exam requirements - 120 hours total.

Please note: These offers available until September 1st only and you must enter the coupon codes (above) to receive your discount!

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“The pregnancy was uneventful and until this morning she had always felt the baby move.  Today was different; the baby was quiet, very quiet.  By lunchtime she noted she had not felt the baby move all morning.  A visit to her doctor’s office revealed that at thirty-eight weeks’ gestation the baby’s heartbeat could not be found.  She was immediately sent to the hospital’s birthing center.  While this mother was experiencing a fog of emotions, her labor was induced.  Ten hours later, she gave birth to a beautiful daughter: eight-pounds three-ounces, perfectly formed, yet stillborn” (shared by a bereaved family).  

There is no universally accepted definition of fetal age to define stillbirth.  It varies from twenty to twenty-eight weeks of gestation.  “The reported incidence of stillbirth varies significantly between studies from different countries and depending on the definitions used, but generally ranges from 3.1 to 6.2/1000 births or 1 in 160 deliveries” (Tavares Da Silva et al., 2016). Pregnancy loss even as early as the beginning of the second trimester can result in an unexpected lactation occurrence.

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