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  1. Feeling the 'Nipple Cripple' - how to trouble shoot and stop the pain

    Feeling the 'Nipple Cripple' - how to trouble shoot and stop the pain
    Are you curling your toes in pain at each breastfeed? Are you becoming anxious and dreading every feed because you know it will hurt like hell? Often one look can tell us what’s causing nipple pain and what you can do to fix it and make breastfeeding the relaxing, natural experience it is meant to be... see this checklist and what will help beat the pain.
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  2. Breastfeeding - 5 Things You Don't Need to Worry About - even though everyone says you should

    Breastfeeding - 5 Things You Don't Need to Worry About - even though everyone says you should
    There are so many rules about being a good mum and if you are breastfeeding there are even more ‘rules’.Because these rules are about feeding your baby and actually making him grow and stay alive, is it any wonder you feel anxious? Take heart, you can ditch these 5 'rules' and stop worrying.
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  3. 11 Things You Can Do To Protect Your Mental Health While Breastfeeding

    11 Things You Can Do To Protect Your Mental Health While Breastfeeding
    As a breastfeeding mother you are everything to your baby – food, comfort and nurturing. Around the clock. It’s a lot of pressure to know you are the sole source of nourishment for your baby and if you are experiencing breastfeeding difficulties, this can send you into spiral of despair. So how do you beat this pressure and protect your own well-being, especially your mental health?
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  4. Tongue Tie - is it causing feeding problems?

    Tongue Tie - is it causing feeding problems?
    In some babies, the little membrane called the frenulum, which joins the middle of the tongue to the floor of the mouth, is too tight and ‘ties’ the tongue so that the baby has difficulty moving his tongue effectively. This means that the baby will be unable to bring his tongue forward far enough to latch onto the breast and draw the nipple far enough back into his mouth to feed well and he won't be able to form an effective seal around the nipple of either a breast or bottle so he is likely to feed noisily, suck in air as he feeds and tire easily while feeding.
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