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Secret Mantra of Successful Breastfeeding
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Secret Mantra of Successful Breastfeeding

Successful Breastfeeding Successful breastfeeding is not something that is learned in one day. To better assist your baby and become successful at breastfeeding you must get comfortable with yourself and understand your baby’s needs. Below are three great tips on to help you become successful at breastfeeding. Listen Your baby Every mom wants her baby...

August 7, 2017May 7, 2018by
5 Ways to Treat Sore Nipples & Breast Pain
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5 Ways to Treat Sore Nipples & Breast Pain

Breast pain, such as suffering from sore nipples, can be caused by breastfeeding. Here are 5 great ways to help relieve your soreness and other pains. #1. Correct Latch If your baby latches on and it hurts, you know something is wrong. Make sure your baby latches onto your breasts correctly every time. The “Correct...

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Correct Latching
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Correct Latching

Correct Latching Most important part of breastfeeding is Latching. If your baby has not latched properly then nursing can be painful for you & for your newborn. When a comfortable position & CORRECT LATCH is obtained then breastfeeding can be an amazing experience for a mom and a baby. First, you must hold your baby...

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Positions while Breastfeeding
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Positions while Breastfeeding

Baby must be positioned properly. Hold your baby in a comfortable position so that he doesn’t have to twist his neck to feed. Try four popular breastfeeding positions to find the best for you and your baby while nursing. You can enjoy nursing experience only once you and your little one feel relaxed. Breastfeeding Positions:...

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Breastfeeding Benefits Your Baby’s Immune System
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Breastfeeding Benefits Your Baby’s Immune System

Human milk provides virtually all the protein, sugar, and fat your baby needs to be healthy. It also contains many substances that benefit your baby’s immune system. This includes antibodies, immune factors, enzymes, and white blood cells. The substances protect your baby against many diseases and infections while he is breastfeeding and long after he...

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