All i need to know about breastfeeding

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all i need to know about breastfeeding

The Breastfeeding Book: Everything You Need to Know About Nursing Your Child from Birth Through Weaning by William Sears

A fully revised edition of the Dr. Sears guide to breastfeeding, a perennial favorite for parents for nearly two decades.

From pediatric experts Martha Sears, R.N., and William Sears, M.D., a comprehensive, reassuring, authoritative information on:


How to get started breastfeeding, with illustrated tips for latching on
Increasing your milk supply
Breastfeeding when working away from home
Pumps and other technology associated with breastfeeding
Making sure your nursing baby gets optimum nutrition, including the most recent information about the importance of omega-3 fatty acids and milk-oriented microbiota
Nutrition and fitness for moms
Nighttime breastfeeding
Breastfeeding and fertility
Toddler nursing and weaning
Special circumstances
And much more...



Breastfeeding contributes to nurturing a smarter and healthier baby, and a healthier and more intuitive mommy. Isnt that what every child needs, and every parent wants?

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Why Should I Breastfeed?

9 Things to Know About Breastfeeding Your Newborn

There are few areas of motherhood —or of just being a woman—that are as politicized as breastfeeding. There is so much pressure on women to not only breastfeed, but to do it seamlessly, without fear or complication. But the truth is, the idea of breastfeeding is scary and confusing for a lot of women—and rightfully so. And confused. And apprehensive. Here are some frequently asked questions about breastfeeding, because it really is a whole new world. Latching is complicated, because for some babies it happens really naturally, while some can take longer—and others seem to just refuse.

It's OK if you're scared

Breastfeeding with the Thompson Method

Breastfeeding your baby doesn't always come naturally or easily, especially in the beginning, and can have its share of ups and downs. Luckily, being prepared for what to expect is half the battle. Breast milk comes in three stages. Colostrum helps provide your little one with the nutrients and antibodies he needs to fight infections in the early days. Transitional milk. Three to five days after birth, colostrum is replaced with transitional milk.

There's a lot to learn about the basics of breastfeeding a baby. Discover the benefits of breastfeeding , best breastfeeding positions , and more. Also be sure to check out our section on breastfeeding tips and breast pumping. This mom blogger depicts each stage of a breast's life, from perky to saggy, in hilarious illustrations. Breastfeeding may be a natural thing, but that doesn't mean it comes naturally.

By Teresa Pitman Nov 3, Frequency In the early days, frequent nursing every two to three hours establishes good milk supply , but that might not be his schedule — he may nurse three or four times in three hours, then sleep for four hours. Respond to his cues and your milk supply will adjust to meet his needs. Some babies nurse five minutes at each breast and are satisfied, and some will nurse 20 minutes on each side. Your little one will set the pace.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Stéphanie L. says:

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  2. Miranda P. says:

    You can learn a lot about breastfeeding from in-person classes, books and blogs, and from nurses and midwives.

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