Breastfeeding After Breast Surgery (Part 1)

PART 1 As with surgery in any part of the body, surgery on the breast should be undertaken only if necessary and only if other tests (ultrasound, MRI, for example) or treatment have not been helpful in defining or solving with the problem. Unfortunately, many surgeons, even...

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À propos des téterelles

L’utilisation des téterelles a pris des proportions épidémiques en Amérique du Nord et en Europe. Les téterelles sont perçues comme la solution à la plupart des problèmes d’allaitement, des bébés qui ne prennent pas le sein à la douleur aux mamelons, jusqu’à leur utilisation de...

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A WIDELY IGNORED SHIFT IN BREASTFEEDING母乳喂养中一个被普遍忽视的转变

As a followup to the recent post on breast compression, I would like to point out that how a baby latches on, is also very important to increasing the breastmilk intake by the baby. 作为对我最近发表的关于乳房按压这篇文章的跟进,我想强调宝宝的含乳姿势对于增加他的母乳摄入量也是非常重要的。   There is a shift in breastfeeding that should have occurred a long...

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Why are breastmilk and formula not the same?

Is formula the same as breastmilk?      There are some people out there that argue that there is no difference between breastmilk and formulas now that so many “improvements” in formula have occurred.  At the biochemical level, formula is not the same as breastmilk, not even...

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What about nipple shields?

The use of nipple shields has become almost epidemic in North America and Europe. Nipple shields are seen as the answer to all breastfeeding problems, from babies not latching on, to nipple soreness, to routine use for premature babies. Even the perception of a mother’s...

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Du reflux ou pas?

Voici un courriel typique de parents inquiets à propos de « reflux »   La mère d’un nourrisson de 4 mois, (7,2 kg) 15lbs 13 oz écrit:   « Mon bébé prend des médicaments pour le reflux depuis qu’il a 7 semaines parce qu’il régurgite beaucoup et qu’il s’étouffe lorsqu’il est couché....

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Late onset decreased milk supply

From the emails I receive and from the patients we see in our breastfeeding clinic, I believe that “late onset decreased milk supply” is common in the population of mothers we see at our breastfeeding clinic.  It’s ironic because many, if not most of the...

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Reflux or no Reflux?

Here is a typical email I get when parents talk about “reflux”:   A mother of a 4 months old, (7.2 kg) 15 lbs 13 oz, baby writes:   “My baby boy is on reflux meds since around 7 weeks of age.  This was done because he spits up...

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