Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding Baby to Sleep Its natural for babies to fall asleep while breastfeeding, but “natural” doesn’t mean free from complications. Discover the advantages and potential disadvantages linked to breastfeeding a baby to sleep.
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Sleep Feeding You might choose to breastfeed or bottle-feed your baby while sleeping in a bid to influence his nighttime feeding pattern, or perhaps because its now the only way he will feed without dispute.  If sleep feeding your baby is something you plan to try, or would like to change, this article may help you decide the next step to take.
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Feeding Aversion Feeding a baby should be an enjoyable experience for all involved, however when baby repeatedly refuses to feed despite being hungry this makes feeding a frustrating and stressful experience for all involved.  Identifying the cause is essential if the problem is to be resolved.  This article describes reasons why hungry babies refuse to eat.
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Hungry Baby It feels like no sooner has your baby finished feeding and he’s hungry again.  He’s feeding more often and eating more than expect.  Find out how to read baby hunger cues, and what causes babies to act like they’re constantly hungry.  
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How to Tell When Baby is Getting Enough Breast Milk Nursing mothers often worry that their baby is getting enough breast milk.  Learning the signs that indicate a baby is well nourished may help you to breastfeed with confidence.
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Alcohol & breastfeeding There may be a special occasion coming up during which you would like to have a few drinks.  Learn how alcohol affects breast milk, the effects this can have on a breastfed baby, and the steps you can take to minimize any risk to your baby.
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Increasing Breast Milk Supply One of the most common reasons nursing mothers give their baby bottle feeds is because they feel they are not producing enough milk for their baby.  Fortunately there are many ways to increase milk supply.
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Benefits of Breastfeeding We all know that ‘breast is best’ when it comes to infant nutrition. But may not know the many ways that breastfeeding and breast milk is superior to bottle-feeding and infant formula.  This article lists a number of benefits to babies and mothers linked to breastfeeding.
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Breastfeeding Basics Breastfeeding is instinctive for babies, but for mothers its a learned skill.  This article may help you to speed up the learning process by describing different feeding positions, latching techniques, what your baby’s different sucking actions mean and more.
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10 Myths About Breastfeeding Parenting information is often spread from word of mouth, as is misinformation. Or it might be that we make assumptions about a situation that is incorrect. There are a number of mistaken beliefs related to breastfeeding.
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