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Monthly Archives: April 2019

  1. A Lactation Consultant's Answers to 5 Most Common Breastfeeding Questions

    A Lactation Consultant's Answers to 5 Most Common Breastfeeding Questions
    You probably have lots of questions about breastfeeding. Here, Pinky McKay (she's an IBCLC Lactation Consultant) answers the 5 most common questions breastfeeding mothers ask her - see her answers and boost your Mama confidence.
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  2. Busting out all over - preventing and treating breast engorgement.

    Busting out all over - preventing and treating breast engorgement.
    Sometime between the second and sixth day after your baby’s birth, your milk will ‘come in’.For some women this is a gradual process with relatively little discomfort, but for many it can feel very sudden and surprisingly painful – you can feel as though your breasts are literally bursting! Your breasts may feel hot and hard and you may feel throbbing, with this swelling and hardness even extending up to your armpits. Read more to see how you can prevent or relieve engorgement.
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