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Breastfeeding Problems And Solutions. (Milk Leakage and Low Supply)

Breastfeeding Problems And Solutions. (Milk Leakage and Low Supply)

Breastfeeding mothers may face a few problems specially in the first few weeks of breastfeeding, and in this article we will talk about two common problems which are milk Leakage and Low Supply of milk. – The First Problem. (Milk Leakage). Do you notice your breasts are leaking milk every time you hear your baby crying? This problem could be caused by one of two factors. Either your breasts are full of milk and this is a good sign that your body is producing milk properly and in this case feeding your baby more frequently or expressing the milk in a bottle when your baby if sleeping or full can solve the problem. Or your baby is not feeding enough …

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The Health Benefits Of Breastfeeding To The Mother

The Health Benefits Of Breastfeeding To The Mother

Breastfeeding is very beneficial to the mother and not only to the baby but unfortunately many mothers are unaware of this fact so they tend to give up breast feeding and feed their babies milk formula thinking that breastfeeding may interfere with the way they want their bodies to look, some other mothers just don’t have the time to commit to breastfeeding and that is why they feed their babies formula, the reasons mothers tend to give up breastfeeding are many, but learning about the benefits will surely motivate you to breastfeed your child despite the circumstances, fund out how breastfeeding can benefit the mother on the long term below. 1- Protection Against Breast Cancer. Breastfeeding mothers were found to …

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breastfeeding can influence your child's immune system

Do you know that breastfeeding can influence your child’s immune system?

A series of studies claim your infant’s susceptibility to allergies and asthma may be influenced by a number of factors such as delivery by Cesarean section and breastfeeding. The findings support the idea that later risks of diseases are affected by early childhood exposure to pathogens. Doctors think that sterile environment is not enough for babies, and this research shows why. Actually, exposure to bacteria or micro- organisms in the first months after birth stimulates the immune system, which is designed to be exposed to bacteria on a large scale; when the exposure is minimized, the immune system does not develop optimally. Researchers found exposing babies to allergens and bacteria in their first year can reduce the risk of asthma …

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