Is breastfeeding natural? YES!
Does breastfeeding always come naturally to Moms? NO!
Getting to know the common breastfeeding problems, can help to prepare you for an awesome breastfeeding experience!
The primary key to successful breastfeeding is realizing when you need help and then getting it, either by finding out as much as you can online, talking to a lactation consultant.
The more prepared you are for breastfeeding once your baby is born, the more likely you will have a great breastfeeding experience.
Some of the above common breastfeeding problems can cause a low milk supply or cause a mother to think that she has a low supply. If you are a new mom, please remember that supplementing your breast milk with formula in the first few days is not necessary.
Your baby has a tiny tummy and does not need much. Your breasts produce a small amount of concentrated fluid, called colostrum during the first few days, and this is all that your baby needs. As your baby's requirements increase, your breasts start to produce mature milk and in larger quantities.
Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page...