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April 4, 2016

Engorgement or inadequate milk removal (due to latching problems, ineffective suck, tongue-tie or other anatomical variations, nipple pain, sleepy or distracted baby, oversupply, hurried feedings, limiting baby’s time at the breast, nipple shield use, twins or higher o...

April 3, 2016

Nutritious foods will help to strengthen mom’s immune system, rest and Adequate fluids,

 

You Are What You Eat. Eating refined sugars and processed, packaged foods regularly makes it tough for your body to maintain a strong immune system. These foods lack essential vitam...

April 1, 2016

Milk supply and pumping output from the affected breast may decrease temporarily. This is normal and extra nursing/pumping generally get things back to normal within a short time. Occasionally a mom may express “strings” or grains of thickened milk or fatty-looking mil...

April 1, 2016

A blocked duct is an area of the breast where milk flow is obstructed. The nipple pore may be blocked (see Milk Blister), or the obstruction may be further back in the ductal system. A blocked duct usually comes on gradually and affects only one breast.

 

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