Breast Feeding notebook




    Breast Feeding Guide - Best Tips ,Information and Facts.
    This knowledge base guide contains important tips and information about Breast Feeding
    Summary of this Free Guide :
    Getting Started With Breast Feeding, Reasons To Breast Feed, How Breast Milk Is Made, Your Nursing Area, Avoiding Foods While Breast Feeding, How To Use A Breast Pump, Getting Started, The First Six Weeks, Breast Compression, How To Use Breast Compression , Breast Feeding Adopted Babies, Breast Feeding And Positioning, Breast Feeding Complications, Clogged Milk Ducts, Breast Feeding In Public, Breast Feeding Toddlers, Health And Diet, Other Foods While Breast Feeding, Poor Milk Supply, Refusal To Breast Feed, Returning To Work, Advantages Of Pumping At Work, Introducing Solid Foods, Starting Weaning, How To Wean

    When you hold your baby for the first time in the delivery room, you should put
    his lips to your breast. Although your mature milk hasn't developed yet, your
    breasts are still producing a substance known as colostrums that helps to protect
    your baby from infections. If your baby has trouble finding or staying on your
    nipple, you shouldn't panic. Breast feeding is an art that will require a lot of
    patience and a lot of practice. No one expects you to be an expert when you first
    start, so you shouldn't hesitate to ask for advice or have a nurse show you what
    you need to do. Once you start, keep in mind that nursing shouldn’t be painful.
    When your baby latches on, pay attention to how your breasts feel. If the
    latching on hurts, break the suction then try again. You should nurse quite
    frequently, as the more you nurse the more quickly your mature milk will come
    in and the more milk you'll produce. Breast feeding for 10 - 15 minutes per breast
    8 - 10 times every 24 hours is an ideal target. Crying is a sign of hunger, which
    means you should actually feed your baby before he starts crying. During the first
    few days, you may have to wake your baby to begin breast feeding, and he may
    end up falling asleep during feeding. To ensure that your baby is eating often
    enough, you should wake him up if it has been four hours since the last time he
    has been fed. Getting comfortable Feedings can take 40 minutes or longer,
    therefore you'll want a cozy spot. You don't want to be sitting somewhere where
    you will be bothered, as it can make the process very hard.....