There is a direct correlation between weaning and diarrhea.
Infants are at the greatest risk of diarrhea when foods other than breast milk are first introduced. Diarrhea is more prevalent at this time because weaning infants are being exposed to food borne germs for the first time. At the same time they are losing … [Read More...]
You and your child will know when it is time to wean from the breast. Here are ten circumstances that may not necessarily be a good reason to wean:
A breastfeeding problem you haven't solved. A mother in the midst of a breastfeeding crisis can genuinely feel as if the situation is hopeless. If you have yet to … [Read More...]
Breast milk production works on a supply and demand basis. The more often and more effectively your baby nurses, the more breast milk you will produce. If you are suffering from a reduction in breast milk production or think that your baby is not getting enough to eat here are strategies to help increase the levels of … [Read More...]