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Category Archives: Nipple, Milk Production, Milk Imbalance & Other Challenges

Oversupply. Undersupply. Nipple pain. Everything doesn’t always go according to plan when breastfeeding. Here you’ll find the helpful tips and tricks you need to navigate any potential nursing issues you may encounter.

Soapy, Sour, or Metallic Tasting Breast Milk

Lipase Breast Milk

Lipase is a naturally occurring component in breast milk and in our digestive systems. It helps our body break down the fat we eat and use it inside our bodies. Lipase helps keep your baby healthy by allowing your body to absorb the nutrients from your breast milk. Our bodies need some lipase but if […]

Milk Banking

Milk Banking

In certain circumstances, it is not possible for a mother to breastfeed or pump milk for her baby. If a baby is born very premature, the mom’s body may not be prepared yet to make milk. If a mother is very ill at the time of birth or has a communicable disease, such as HIV […]

Breastfeeding as Emergency Preparedness

Breastfeeding Emergency Preparedness

During the cold winter months we are reminded to prepare for power outages, treacherous driving conditions and frozen water pipes. But what special considerations should you make if you are caring for a baby? The good news is that by choosing to breastfeed your baby, you are already prepared for an emergency. Breastfeeding is recognized […]

Back to Work and Breastfeeding

Back to Work Breastfeeding

The end of maternity leave doesn’t mean the end of breastfeeding. The research shows many moms feel overwhelmed by the job of pumping while working and switch to formula when heading back to the workplace; but it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact for many moms, pumping milk for your baby can be […]

Men and Public Breastfeeding

Research shows that dads and other parenting partners heavily influence feeding choices. Parents that attend breastfeeding classes together have higher confidence in feeding choices and are most likely to still be breastfeeding at 12 months. Mothers with partner support are more likely to start and reach their breastfeeding goals. A parenting partner’s attitude about breastfeeding […]

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