Once your baby has mastered the proper breastfeeding latch. The next thing you should watch for are signs your baby is effectively breastfeeding. For the purposes of this article we will define effectively breastfeeding as a breastfeeding session when the child is able to efficiently fill its belly due to proper … [Read More...]
Chances are that sometime during the course of breastfeeding you will develop a cold, get the flu, a yeast infection or some other illness. If you are actively breastfeeding then your baby has already been exposed by the time your symptoms show.
You should continue to breastfeed for your body produces antibodies … [Read More...]
Breast engorgement typically occurs in the initial days after giving birth. Breast engorgement is characterized by hard breasts overly full with breast milk that are sometimes painful. The swelling is only temporary as your body adjusts its breast milk supply to your child's needs.
To alleviate the discomfort of … [Read More...]