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Breastfeeding In Public: Why You Shouldn’t Shy Away And How To Do It Right

A seamless breastfeeding routine keeps your baby plied with nutrients and helps them grow better. So don’t interrupt it just because you need to step out. Your right to breastfeed in public is protected by law. Plan ahead, scout out comfortable places, and wear hassle-free clothes so you can breastfeed without missing a beat!

5 Top Newborn Problems And Know How to Deal Them

Every mom is worried about their baby’s well being, especially during the first few days after childbirth. Even a slight change seen in their...
Breastfeeding is healthy and natural

The Struggles Of Breastfeeding A Newborn And What You Can Do About Them

When you are pregnant, you may feel that it is one of the most beautiful and one of the most challenging phases of your...

Why Does Your Baby Fall Asleep While Breastfeeding?

Babies typically tend to fall asleep at the breast when they’re satiated. Sometimes, this can also happen when your baby has not latched on properly. If you experience pain during nursing, that’s another sign of an improper latch. Babies who were born with a low birth weight may also be sleepier during feedings. As long as your baby is steadily gaining weight and passing stool and urine normally, there's no reason to worry.

6 Surprising Things Related To Your Newborn That You Didn’t Know About

After birth, your newborn becomes the center of your attraction—the chubby cheeks, sweet baby smell, tiny eyes, and lips—a freshly arrived baby into the...

Do Breastfeeding Moms Have A Lower Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes?

Gestational diabetes increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes later on in life. However, research has found that breastfeeding lowers the chances by improving blood glucose control. The risk can drop by 4 to 12%, especially if you also practice healthy habits like eating well, exercising, and getting regular blood tests. After delivery, eating fruits, veggies, and whole grains will support a healthy pancreas.

Blood In Bodily Fluids: What It Means And What You Can Do

Finding a little blood in body fluids such as mucus, urine, breast milk, vomit, and stool once in a while need not scare you. The reason behind it may be something small that can be treated at home. For example, finding a little blood in breast milk, especially in first-time moms, can be normal and quite common. Visit a doctor if you witness excessive bleeding combined with other issues.

6 Tips For Keeping Your Confidence High During Breastfeeding

Nursing is natural. But, every mom may not feel that way. Moms and their babies will have a tough time till they find it...

Breastfeeding A Baby With Health Problems

Breastfeeding is indeed a challenge for new moms. It becomes all the more difficult if your baby has a health problem. Even if he/she...

10 Natural Ways To Increase Your Breast Milk

Breastfeeding can be a beautiful bonding experience between mother and child but low milk supply can cause frustration and anxiety. The only clear way to check milk supply is to track the baby's weight gain. To increase milk supply, help the baby with a good latch, nurse frequently, and express or pump milk in between feedings. Fenugreek, ginger, milk thistle and goat's rue may increase production.

Pros And Cons Of Extended Breastfeeding

Everyone agrees about exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a baby. There is no doubt about the nutritional benefits it could provide a baby....

Can You Breastfeed Your Baby After Having Breast Or Nipple Surgery?

Breast implant, whether it is breast reduction or enhancement is less likely to affect your breastfeeding. Such is the ability of our bodies that,...

8 Important Things Parents Of Premature Babies Need To Know

A preterm birth is one that occurs before the 37th week of pregnancy. Prematurely born babies, often called preemies, may suffer from a great...

5 Effective Guidelines For Losing Weight While Breastfeeding

Planning on losing weight right after your delivery is like punishing your body. Through the 9 months of transformations, your body has undergone many...

How Smoking While Breastfeeding Impacts Your Baby’s Health?

There is nothing you will get out of that drag but an unhealthy addiction. Smoking during pregnancy is more like carrying a bag of...