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我们的目标

我们网站的目标是为中国的孕妇、新妈妈和她们的家人提供有关新生儿的专业、以科学为依据、简单易懂的信息。大多数信息都是中英文双语的,以便不会说汉语的专家在协助中国女性时可以参考网站上的信息。本网站为非商业性质、非营利性网站。

我们的动力

1992年起,我便在英国、荷兰和中国帮助孕产妇。在一个家庭这样特别、新鲜、兴奋的时刻给他们以帮助,真的让我倍感荣幸。

接受了助产士培训后,我生了两个女儿。我已经知道了生孩子的感觉十分特别,但是自己成为了一名母亲,让我对这个观点有了更深的理解。我亲自体会到了妊娠期、分娩时,以及产后头几天有良好支持的重要性。作为一名助产士,我学习了很多有关母乳喂养的知识并且帮助许多新妈妈们顺利实现母乳喂养。当我自己怀孕时,我很容易地决定将来一定要给孩子喂母乳。不过,在工作中我看见有些新妈妈在母乳喂养过程中遇到了一些困难,所以我想:“我尽量试着喂母乳吧!”,等到我们的第一个女儿出生时,我的想法却不一样:“我绝对不给女儿喂奶粉。我一定要自己喂她!”结果是:我一口配方奶粉也没有给我孩子吃,给两个孩子都喂一年的母乳。虽然我意识到有的时候补充奶粉是有必要的,但是我也了解一个母亲想要给孩子喂母乳的强烈愿望。

在与英国、荷兰和中国的孕产妇一道工作的过程中我发现了全世界的女性都有共同的需求:她们都需要良好的支持和照料、需要别人帮助她们掌握生产、哺乳和照顾宝宝的知识。在中国,我们给乡村医生们进行了培训,并为孕妇准备了健康宣传册及孕产期培训。为了影响更多的中国女性和她们的医务人员,我们有了开设这个网站的想法。

感谢 “Lactation Education Resources“,一个哺乳教育机构。通过他们我接受了泌乳专家的培训;同时,他们也同意我使用并翻译他们的母乳喂养资料,并且同意将这些内容使用于此网站。

请注意,我们的信息只为一般的教育或科普的目的而提供,不能代替专业医疗建议。请针对你的情况寻求医生的专业建议。一定不要因为本资料的某些内容而忽略或推迟寻求专业医疗意见。

The goal of the website is to provide professional, scientific based, easy to read information about topics related to child birth for Chinese expectant and new mothers and their families. Most information is given in both English and Chinese, making it easier for the non-Chinese speaking professional who supports Chinese women to refer to the information on the website. This is a non-commercial, non-profit website.

I’ve worked with expectant and new mothers since 1992 in the UK, The Netherlands, and in China. It is such a privilege to support families during a special, new, exciting time in their lives.

After being trained as a midwife, I gave birth to two daughters. I already knew that giving birth to a new life was special, but becoming a mom myself gave this knowledge a deeper dimension. I experienced first hand the importance of good support during pregnancy, labour, and delivery, as well as in those first days after the birth. As a midwife, I had learned a lot about breastfeeding and supported mothers with breastfeeding their babies. When I was pregnant myself, it wasn’t difficult to make the choice to breastfeed my children. However, I did think, having seen several mothers struggle with feeding their babies: “I’m going to do my best; that is all I can do!” Once our first daughter was born, my thinking changed: “There was no way a bottle was going to come close to my daughter. I was determined to feed her myself!” I breastfed both our daughters for a year. Even though I realise that there are situations that supplementing with formula is necessary, I also understand the mother who strongly desires to breastfeed her child.

Working with pregnant women and newly delivered mothers in the UK, The Netherlands, and China, made me realise that women all over the world are the same: They need support and good care, someone who prepares them for the birth, for breastfeeding, and for taking care of a new life. In China, we trained village and township level doctors, we developed information leaflets for pregnant women in the villages, and we started parenting classes. In order to reach even more Chinese women and their health care professionals, the idea came up to set up this website.

I would to thank Lactation Education Resources through whom I received my lactation education and who made their handouts available for us to translate and use on this website. 

The information provided on this website is intended solely for general education and informational purposes only. It is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician for any questions you may have regarding your medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard on this website.