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Breastfeeding and pregnant
"It’s really great to know that your breast milk is still providing a good source of nutrition to your baby or toddler, even while you’re pregnant, and then also providing all those antibodies too."
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Is it possible to breastfeed with implants? It is, and The Breastfeeding Companion gives the details - https://buff.ly/2xzpeOh
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One breast or two - Do you need to offer both breasts every time when feeding your baby?
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Fast let down - If your baby is coughing or spluttering when coming to the breast, it could be that your milk supply is coming in too fast...The Breastfeeding Companion is here to help! https://buff.ly/2xQLcNI
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Discover the benefits of prenatal yoga classes! https://buff.ly/2jEj3TM
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Can you #breastfeed with a nipple piercing? Find out more with The Breastfeeding Companion https://buff.ly/2x76DsY
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How long should I breastfeed my baby for?
"I just want to say that for however long you have breastfed, whether it was hours or days or weeks or years, every drop of breastmilk is valuable, and congratulate yourself on your achievement." - The Breastfeeding Companion https://buff.ly/2xcfUz8
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How can I know my baby is hungry? Feeding cues
Watch this video from The Breastfeeding Companion explaining how: https://buff.ly/2y5IPCB
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Worried if you have enough milk for your baby? How to boost milk supply
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Help for when your baby is not latching:

Whilst the majority of the babies will latch on after the birth and latch on well and feed and there isn’t an issue in that area, some babies actually take some time to be able to do this. and there are many babies that don’t latch at all initially. If you are in the middle of this situation, you may feel quite distressed and anxious at present, but this post will reassure you that with time and lots of practice, the majority of babies will learn and be able to do what they are in fact hard-wired to do. - The Breastfeeding Companion https://buff.ly/2y7jVDC
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