Breastfeeding is often a satisfying and rewarding experience for you and your baby. It provides your baby with the many nutritional benefits only found in breast milk, protects your baby from colds and illnesses, and promotes weight loss in mothers. It is important to feel supported and positive in your endeavor to breastfeed your baby. To help you in your journey, please refer to the resources below which can be bookmarked or downloaded for future reference. If you have additional questions or do not see the information you need, please call the office at 603-431-6011. We would be happy to assist you.
5 Keys to Successful Breastfeeding
Breast Engorgement Tips
Breastfeeding Moms’ Survival Guide for First 2 weeks
Flat and Inverted Nipples
Hand Expression of Breastmilk
Helping a Breastfed Baby Accept a Bottle
Increasing Your Breastmilk Supply
I Wish Someone Had Told Me
Paced Bottle Feeding
Positioning and Latch On Baby Led Latching
Positioning and Latch On Mother Led Latching
Signs of a Good Feeding
Signs of a Poor Feeding
Storage and Handling of Breastmilk
Using a Nipple Shield
What to Look for When Breastfeeding
For more resources like guides produced by Lactation Education Resources, you can also visit lactationtraining.com.
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