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Breastfeeding During an Emergency

Written by Kelli Bottolfson-Brown Katrina, Isaac, Sandy. Earthquakes, blizzards, tornadoes. Natural disasters can hit at any time, sometimes with absolutely no warning, causing property damage and power outages. In extreme cases, families are forced to leave their homes, but, at a minimum, a disruption in normal routines is to be expected. Unfortunately, infants are especially […]

Herbs to Increase Breastmilk

If you are concerned that you might not be making enough milk for your baby, you might want to try an herb supplement. Herbs that are used to increase milk supply are called galactagogues. One of the most popular supplements for increasing milk supply is fenugreek. Fenugreek has been used safely and successfully by many […]

Breastfeeding and Smoking

Of course, it is better for baby if you don’t smoke. However, if you will not or cannot quit smoking, it is still better to breastfeed than to feed baby with formula. Even if you cannot quit, cutting down can help a lot. The effects of nicotine on your milk and your baby decrease significantly […]

Sore Nipples

Sore nipples can be a big problem for some new moms. There will naturally be some soreness when you first begin breastfeeding, but this should go away as baby gets better at latching on. If the pain continues, it is important to find out why and solve the problem. Moms with sore nipples sometimes delay […]

Engorged Breasts

A few days after giving birth your milk will “come in”. For most women, this involves a feeling of fullness, heaviness, and possibly some tenderness and warmth. However, sometimes this normal fullness can develop into engorgement – especially if baby is not nursing frequently and effectively. When breasts are engorged, they become hard and the […]

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