Her story impressed me as a great description of parenting.
Painful latching, pinched nipples, poor weight gain: these may be signs of tongue-tie. They definitely are reasons to see an IBCLC lactation consultant.
Helping an employee in the first weeks goes a long way to their transition in the next weeks.
Specifically because of malnutrition and poverty, breastfeeding is the option women need. Our current administration chooses to ignore decades of evidence… and families lose out.
She was describing D-MER: Dysfunctional Milk Ejection Reflex. It is a real condition.
What do lilies have to do with breast milk?
Changing the flanges can make a difference and is less expensive than buying a new pump.
You can provide breast milk for your baby while you’re at work or just not home. This class will help you plan ahead.
Here are some practical tips to make pumping more comfortable and more effective.
NO co-pay. NO deductible. Support for the entire duration of breastfeeding and way beyond the hospital. Read on. It’s the law.
Help for working mothers, support for breastfeeding and doing all this in a bi-partisan manner. That’s productive!
How do we most effectively support families at the hospital and in the first weeks at home?
There are a few things you needn’t worry about, and some positive things you can do.
All babies deserve to have human breast milk.
Here are some questions mothers have had about breastfeeding. Let’s clarify some confusing or partial information.
Having enough diapers makes an important difference in the baby’s health and the mother’s mental health, too.
Get help with your insurance benefits for breastfeeding support.
The main obstacles to starting and continuing are lack of support and lack of education about breastfeeding.
Have your friends make these delicious, nutritious cookies for you while you spend your time breastfeeding and getting to know your baby.
One twin was put on her chest, skin to skin, even though the mother was unconscious and on a respirator.