A mother’s body will undergo many changes during reproduction. After all, the mother’s body is preparing to function for two human beings.
Hormones play a key role in breastfeeding. The increase of estrogen during pregnancy stimulates the ductules to grow. After delivery, estrogen levels drop and remain low in … [Read More...]
As a new mother who has decide to breastfeed then it’s very likely that you’ve wondered, how long does breastfeeding take?
The answer to how long does breastfeeding take depends on several factors such as:
How developed your breast milk supply has become
How quickly your let-down reflex happens
How fast … [Read More...]
When your baby does not know how to suckle the breast properly due to use of a pacifier or bottle it is called nipple confusion.
To avoid nipple confusion simply try to stay away from giving your baby pacifiers or bottles for the first six weeks of life. Nipple confusion impairs breast feeding success by … [Read More...]