Need breastfeeding tips? Here we have put together quite a few, highly helpful topics, ranging from general breastfeeding care and a few more pressing issues.
Do I have low milk supply?
Low milk supply is sometimes a breastfeeding problem that many mothers think they have, when they do not! "assumed" low milk supply is a common breastfeeding problem. Mothers sometimes use the wrong signs to judge milk supply.
Pumping Breast Milk
Pumping while breastfeeding can be a challenge, but it does get easier as you practice. When pumping breast milk, the main things to look out for is relaxation, hydration, and nutrition. Other than these, here are a few tips that will make pumping easier.
The comfort and soothing that a baby gets while breastfeeding can sometimes make it difficult for the baby to stay awake. A baby that is under two weeks of age will need to be woken at least every two hours for a feeding to prevent dehydration.
First Time Breastfeeding
Most first time breastfeeding mothers give up during the first few weeks of breastfeeding, that’s why it’s so important to find all the breastfeeding information you can and to talk to other mothers who have had a successful breastfeeding experience, this is so that you can learn what to expect.
Breast Care Guide
This page is our breast and nipple care guide with tips on cleaning and preparing your breasts and nipples for breastfeeding and how you can avoid cracked and painful nipples during breastfeeding.
Baby Fusses At Breastfeeding Times
Do you have an extremely fussy baby during breastfeeding? Here are some ideas about why your baby is fussing at the breast, and how to deal with a fussy baby.