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Plugged Ducts and Mastitis

Most women who breastfeed will experience plugged ducts at one time or another. If you have a plugged duct, you will probably experience tenderness and soreness in one part of your breast. It may be red and develop into a hard, painful bump. It is important to treat a plugged duct promptly because untreated; the […]

Nursing Strike

You and your baby have been happily breastfeeding for three or four months when suddenly baby refuses the breast. Nursing strikes are not uncommon for babies three to five months old. New moms often think that baby is self-weaning, but this is rarely the case with babies under a year old. There are many reasons […]

Not Enough Milk

Often new moms are concerned about low milk supply. Although this can happen, it is rare. Only about 2-5 percent of women cannot produce enough milk for their babies. However, other things can interfere with milk supply. Your breast milk may decrease if: You smoke You are taking certain kinds of medicines You are using […]

Breastfeeding Twins

Breastfeeding twins comes with its own set of challenges, but it can be done. Your body makes milk on supply, so if you need enough for two, it will be there. However, it does take an extra measure of devotion and patience to breastfeed two babies. The first thing to keep in mind is that […]

Breastfeeding in Public

You already know that breastfeeding is one of the best things you can do for your baby. Most of the general public knows it too, and yet many people are still uncomfortable with a woman breastfeeding in public. With breasts spilling out on every magazine cover it seems a bit ironic to target breastfeeding women, […]