Can an adoptive mother breastfeed? Yes adoption and breastfeeding are compatible!
Adoption breastfeeding is more of challenge for you as a new mother. Inducing lactation in an adoptive mother requires physical and psychological preparations. Your breasts will need breastfeeding preparation to get their milk … [Read More...]
Improved weaning practices
Complementary foods should normally be started when a child is 6 months old. These may be started any time after 6 months of age, however, if the child is not growing satisfactorily. Good weaning practices involve selecting nutritious foods and using hygienic practices when preparing them. … [Read More...]
While some woman suffer from engorgement other new mothers find themselves at the other end of the spectrum wondering if their milk came in. Occasionally, lactogenesis, the onset of milk production that usually occurs two to five days after childbirth is delayed in women who experience complication in labor and … [Read More...]