La prise de sein asymétrique

Un changement en allaitement que beaucoup ignorent. Il y a un changement dans la façon d'allaiter qui aurait dû avoir lieu il y a bien longtemps. Un changement vers l'asymétrie. Une prise du sein asymétrique. Savoir comment parvenir à cette prise de sein asymétrique est primordial

When it hurts to breastfeed Part 1

Sore nipples are the problem we see most commonly in our clinic, neck and neck with the “baby not getting enough from the breast”, though, of course, unfortunately, the two problems often co-exist. Sore nipples can almost always be prevented or if they do occur, they

Is My Baby Getting Enough Milk? (Part 2)

Our approach to increasing the baby’s intake of breastmilk when the baby is not getting as much as we would like is based on four principles: 1. When breastfeeding goes well it is easy and pleasant for the mother and the baby. When breastfeeding is not

Is my baby getting enough milk? (Part 1)

Why would a baby not be getting enough breastmilk?  Almost always, the most important reason is that the baby is not latched on as well as he could be.  If the baby is not latched on well, he does not stimulate the breast as well

How Birthing Practices affect Breastfeeding (Part 2)

In part 1 of this article, I discussed how the large amounts of intravenous fluids mothers receive during labour and birth and the drugs used in the epidurals, in many cases result in:   overhydration of the baby, unnecessary supplementation of the baby, and the mother