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Breastfeeding Foods To Avoid While Nursing

You have decided to breastfeed the baby. The best decision because breast milk is the main source of nutrition a baby needs for the first 6 months. But there are certain breastfeeding foods to avoid while nursing. However our breast milk is regulated by our own body and what we eat, affects the content of […]

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10 Different Breastfeeding Positions

There are no perfect breastfeeding positions or ways to hold a baby and feed him. The best position is, where the mum and the baby are comfortable while breastfeeding. But knowing the different breastfeeding positions and techniques helps your baby to fully empty your breasts and prevent you from breastfeeding pain and discomfort.  These different […]

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Breastfeeding Tips-Every New Mom Should Know

The topic is all about breastfeeding tips for the new mom to ease their feeding journey Motherhood is a pious journey. From nine months of hard pregnancy to contractions, labor pain, vaginal tears, and birth process. Mothers cross all hurdles to get their babies in the lap. Now the most important task starts-Breastfeeding & Parenting! […]

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Breastfeeding Pain and Discomfort!

Breastfeeding is a burning topic that moms discuss often with each other. Although breastfeeding is a natural process for all mammals on this earth. There are many things new mom wants to know before starting it like-different positions while nursing the baby, hurdles of the breastfeeding including breastfeeding pain in nipples and breasts! about low […]

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Power Pumping-What you should know about it?

As a new mom, you’re struggling with many new parenting problems like baby sleep, postpartum bleeding, trying to heal your vaginal stitches if you had. One of the huge problems is the low breast milk supply! The only way to increase milk supply is power pumping but how? There are two ways to pump your […]

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Breastfeeding Snacks That Increase Breast Milk Supply

After the birth process, the next hard task for a new mom is Breastfeeding. Really mom’s life is an amazing journey. Task after task! First, you completed nine months of pregnancy, then birth process,  postpartum, breastfeeding, parenting, etc… the never-ending list for moms. Hats of to all moms (to me also). However, we are talking […]

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Breastfeeding On Demand Vs. Breastfeeding On Schedule

 After the birth process when you enter the breastfeeding zone the next most important tasks for the new moms, “How often should I feed my baby?” “should I have to maintain a schedule for feeding?” Uhh…What a confusion for a new mom what should she do-with Breastfeeding On Demand Vs. Breastfeeding On Schedule?  Ignore all […]

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Breastfeeding Foods That Increase Milk Supply

Almost all new moms are worried about their milk supply. Is my baby getting enough milk? As a new mom you’re dealing with two bodies, one is yours and your baby. Uncertainty, stress, the self-doubt of producing sufficient milk for the baby is obvious and natural. To make your query solved fully then head to […]

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Pumping At Night: Tips How To Make Pumping Easier M.O.T.N

Has your baby started to sleep through the night? Don’t you want to wake him up? Are you pumping at night to avoid any uncertainty in milk supply? Are you’re an exclusive pumping mom who is dealing with milk supply problems? I know if you’re here, definitely you want to know all about exclusive pumping […]

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Breastfeeding Mistakes That Can Ruin Breast Milk Supply!

Are you making one of these breastfeeding mistakes that can slow down your breast milk supply? Many new moms often do this unknowingly and contribute to their low breast milk supply! I know if you’re reading this article that means you’re facing some breastfeeding problems? Before delivery, you had read all nursing books and made […]

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