What happens when life throws you a curveball and you’re unable to breastfeed? What? Is that even possible? Weren’t our bodies designed to nourish our babies? If you’re a mom struggling with not being able to breastfeed your baby- you’re not alone. And sometimes you just need to let go.
Is your Pediatrician supportive of breastfeeding? Unfortunately, that is not always the case. So how do you find a physician who will be helpful to you as you breastfeed your baby? And what's the best way to discuss breastfeeding issues with your Pediatrician?
Tongue and lip ties are present in about 10-15% of the population. If your baby is diagnosed with these issues, should you get treatment? What are your options and what does the recovery process look like?
If you are a mom that is struggling to get your baby to latch on, you may be feeling frustrated, emotional, and defeated. We have some great tips on making breastfeeding a success by learning how to ensure baby is latched on properly to prevent breastfeeding pain.
A baby's latch may look perfect from the outside, but what's happening on the inside of the mouth may be what's causing the problem. Learn how a baby's oral anatomy can impact your overall breastfeeding experience.