Regarding Inducing Relactation, there are two components to Inducing Lactation. The first is the mother’s supply and the second is the baby’s nursing skills. Nursing is very instinctive in the first hour or so after delivery. After that it is a complex set of skills that need to be learned. The younger the baby is the easier it should be to bring in a supply and teach baby to nurse but it will take patience and effort.
Below are a number of links. The last link is to an article on the re-lactation protocol developed by Newman. The second to last link is to his page at “The Birth Den” website. See the far right column for videos on latching.
I periodically post these links and find that the addresses often change. As of the writing of this post all of the links should be current since I checked them all and updated the ones that were inactive.
Finding a current link is usually a simple matter of copying/pasting the article name into the search field of the meta search engine of your choice and the article you're looking for will usually be one of the first results. You may need to look carefully since occasionally some of the results will be for related resources linking the article in question but that is often a dead link as well.
I have learned the hard way it is usually more efficient to search using a meta search engine rather than the site the article comes from. Note, you can tell the source of the article from the link/address. Unfortunately, some of the search features on these various sites are unreliable, notably Kellymom.com, so even if you have a "Key Word" from the article you can't be guaranteed to find it by using that site's search function.
If it turns out that some of these aren’t working please PM me and I'd be glad to track it down.
La Leche League article: Phoebe's Journey (re: a Mom that re-lactated for a 10 1/2 month adopted Chinese girl)http://www.lalecheleague.org/NB/NBJulAug06p166.html
I would like to resume breastfeeding after an interruption. How do I relactate?http://www.lalecheleague.org/FAQ/relactation.html
Relactation and Induced Lactation Resourceshttp://www.kellymom.com/bf/adopt/rel...resources.html
Adoptive Breastfeeding & Relactationhttp://www.kellymom.com/bf/adopt/index.html
Relactation and Adoptive Breastfeeding: The Basicshttp://www.kellymom.com/bf/supply/relactation.html
Help -- My Baby Won't Nurse!http://www.kellymom.com/bf/concerns/...to-breast.html
Re-Birthing: Help For Latch On Problemshttp://www.lactationconsultant.info/rebirth.html
When a Baby Refuses to Nursehttp://www.mobimotherhood.org/MM/article-refusal.aspx
Helping a Mother with a Baby Who Is Reluctant to Nursehttp://www.llli.org/FAQ/strike.html
My Baby Just Doesn't Get Ithttp://www.wiessinger.baka.com/bfing...e/babyget.html
Dr. Jack Newman – The Birth Denhttp://www.thebirthden.com/Newman.html
The Protocols for Induced Lactation A Guide for Maximizing Breastmilk Productionhttp://www.mamadearest.ca/en/info/ne...-lactation.htm