Don't worry about breastfeeding with small breasts. Breast size gives no indication of potential breast milk production and breast milk storage capacity. Large breasts breastfeeding can have as many challenges as small breasts breastfeeding.
What matters more than breast size is how much the size of your breast … [Read More...]
Baby Bottle Tooth Decay in breastfeeding terminology is commonly referred to as BBTD. BBTD commonly found in children who are primarily bottle fed or in children are transitioning and being weaned. BBTD is indicated by some of the following signs:
Front teeth decay, bottom front teeth are generally not … [Read More...]
There are three things you will find often repeated as ways to increase your milk supply, but in reality have little to no impact when the mother is already in good health.
Drink more fluids - Although your fluid consumption will increase as you breastfeed keep in mind that you only are replacing the amount your … [Read More...]