From the basics of breast feeding to common challenges, find a wealth of breast feeding information here.
Breast milk is full of goodies that boost your baby’s immune system. There are many other benefits to breast feeding, too.
You should avoid caffeine, fish with high mercury levels, artificial sweeteners and alcohol when breast feeding. Learn more here.
Storing your expressed breastmilk can make those times you need to be away from your baby easier. Here’s how to do it safely.
It can take some practice to teach your baby how to latch on when breast feeding. Get tips about latching on here.
It takes time to work out which breast feeding position is most comfortable for you and your baby. But it’s worth persevering.
By pumping and storing your breast milk, your baby can still receive all of its wonderful benefits when you cannot be there.
Many breast feeding women will experience a blocked milk duct at some point. Learn how to avoid them, and how best to treat them.
Breast feeding makes you hungry. New mums in the normal weight range generally need about 500 extra calories per day.
Some breast feeding mums get tiny blisters on their nipples when breast feeding. While they can be painful, they are usually easy to treat.
A little pre-planning will ensure your baby has plenty of breast milk when you’re at work.
Breast feeding is one of the wonders of motherhood. Here are some breast feeding facts and benefits you may not know.
Mastitis is an infection of your breast tissue, and it can cause great discomfort while breast feeding. Learn how to manage mastitis here.
What you eat when you are pregnant and breast feeding could help to protect your baby from developing allergies.
It is generally safe to keep breast feeding if you have a common illness like a cold or flu.
If you are concerned that your baby isn’t getting enough milk, there are some things you can try to boost supply.
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