Many breastfeeding moms are going back to work and sending their babies to daycare. So, how much breast milk should you send? And what happens if your baby doesn’t use all of that milk? Should you talk to your daycare about handling the breast milk? And how can you protect your milk supply while you’re away from your baby?
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Are you breastfeeding and planning to pump when you return to work? Or perhaps you plan to pump to help protect your milk supply? There are many different ways pumping can help you with your breastfeeding goals. Today we’ll learn more about the various type of pumps available and how you can utilize them to provide your baby with breast milk for as long as possible.
Are you age 40 or older and wondering if you can still breastfeed your baby? How does your body’s ability to produce a full supply of milk change with age? What are the risk factors and potential challenges? And how can you better prepare yourself prenatally?
We know breast milk provides amazing nutrition and antibodies for our babies. But, did you know breast milk can be applied topically as well? That’s right, it can even be used as a medicine to treat sores, cuts, pink eye and more! Today we’re learning about the properties of our breast milk that make it so unique, as well as the many ways you can use it!
Are you expecting to have a cesarean or “belly birth” soon? Are you curious about how your surgery will impact your breastfeeding relationship with your new baby? Get the facts about breastfeeding after cesarean. How soon can you feed your baby? How important is skin to skin contact?
Sexual abuse can greatly impact your breastfeeding relationship between you and your baby. What are the main signs of trauma? How can you overcome those emotions and create a positive experience? In this episode, you’ll meet sexual abuse survivors and hear what worked best for them.
Women with large breasts often have concerns when breastfeeding their babies. Will you somehow smother your little one? Could you produce too much milk and become engorged? Will your flow be faster and more uncomfortable for your baby? Today you’ll hear from large breasted women about what works best for them!
It if seems like your baby always want to breastfeed, then your baby may be cluster feeding. Why do babies cluster feed? Could it be a sign of a growth spurt? What should you do if your baby is nursing non-stop? And how can cluster feedings impact milk supply?