How to Quit Breastfeeding
Actual tips on how to go about the weaning process…
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Temporarily Stopping Breastfeeding
Medications, an extended stay in hospital or skin infections are just some of the reasons why a mother may need to wean from breastfeeding temporarily.
Learn more about weaning temporarily here.
How to handle Stillbirth or Miscarriage
In the case of a stillbirth or miscarriage, Mom has two choices:
1. Continue to lactate and donate the milk to other babies, who may need it.
2. Stop milk production as comfortably as possible.
Learn more about breast milk production after a stillbirth or miscarriage.
Night Time Weaning
Still breastfeeding baby at night?
Most babies will still breastfeed once or twice during the night before they turn one. Here are some tips on how to make this transition a little easier for Mom and baby…
Weaning from Breastfeeding
When to stop breastfeeding? Here we discuss the best time and circumstances for weaning.
Never stop breastfeeding cold turkey. Gradual weaning will make for a smoother transition for you and baby and will prevent mastitis. Less demand for breast milk will lead to less breast milk supply. Start by removing one feed a week and then more as you go along…
More information about weaning from breastfeeding.
Forced to Stop Breastfeeding
For all of the mothers who tried to breastfeed but couldn't, please do not feel discouraged.
Your children love you, and you love them, that's all that matters : )
For those mothers who could not breastfeed.