A. Here are just some of the many good reasons why you should breastfeed your baby.
A. One of the best things that only you can do is to breastfeed your baby for as long as possible.
A. Some women think that when they are sick, they should not breastfeed.
A. It’s always recommended to consult your doctor before taking any medication. The physician should guide you, how much quantity to take and how long you can continue with the medication.
A. Of course! Breast size is not related to the ability to produce milk for a baby.
A. When you breastfeed, your ovaries can stop releasing eggs (or ovulating), making it harder for you to get pregnant.
A. Not at all! Breastfeeding can be convenient no matter where you are because you don’t have to bring along feeding equipment like bottles, water, or formula.
Yes! You can do it! Breastfeeding keeps you connected to your baby, even when you are work.
A. You can breastfeed discreetly in public by wearing clothes that allow easy access to your breasts.
A. Breastfeeding does not hurt. There may be some tenderness at first, but it should gradually go away as the days go by.
A. Most breastfeeding counselors recommend avoiding bottle nipples or pacifiers for about the first month because they may interfere with your baby’s ability to learn to breastfeed.
A. In this article, we will guide you so that you will ensure that your baby is getting enough milk. How to make sure ? Well there are certain indicators and mostly through baby diapers you can check how your baby’s body is working.
A. If you prepare him in advance, your partner should not be jealous. Explain that you need his support.
A. Nursing mothers should not smoke or take drugs e.g. Smoking or Alcohol. Tobacco from cigarettes contains a drug called nicotine, which transfers to breast milk.