A breastfeeding common concern is what are the signs a baby is hungry. One way to tell if your baby is ready to eat is to pay attention to their breastfeeding schedule and check the clock. Fussiness does not necessarily indicate that your baby is always hungry. If too little time has elapsed since the last feeding can … [Read More...]
All women experience a time of postpartum bleeding following birth which is not considered a menstrual period. If bottle feeding, most mothers will have their first real period not long after this. Breastfeeding, however, suppresses menstruation at least for a while. For some mothers, there may be an absence of … [Read More...]
When you get ready to use a breast pump find a quiet spot where you will have twenty to thirty minutes undisturbed.
Wash your hands with soap and water
Wash and assemble all breast pump equipment
Find a comfortable location to express your breast milk
Gently massage your breasts or apply a warm … [Read More...]