Getting a good latch helps breastfeeding andchestfeeding parents to transfer milk successfully and avoid pain. Knowing when to get lactation support can help you meet your goals.
Babies need to have proper tongue function in order to breastfeed or chestfeed effectively. The tongue plays an important role in milk removal
One of the most common concerns among breastfeeding or chestfeeding parents is how to increase their milk supply. While it may seem overwhelming at first, there are many things you can do to boost your milk production.
There are lots of reasons not to use a breastfeeding pillow. Here are a bunch of practical ways to breastfeed or chestfeed without a pillow in many locations both at home and in public.
Handout-infographic: "How to Fix a Painful or Ineffective Latch," designed to help you troubleshoot and overcome common latch issues.
Whether you're a new parent or you're just shopping for one, this blog will walk you through some essentials to have on hand.
If you are experiencing sharp, burning pain in your nipples during or after breastfeeding or chestfeeding
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