The Breastfeeding Book: Everything You Need to Know About Nursing Your Child from Birth Through Weaning by William SearsA fully revised edition of the Dr. Sears guide to breastfeeding, a perennial favorite for parents for nearly two decades.
From pediatric experts Martha Sears, R.N., and William Sears, M.D., a comprehensive, reassuring, authoritative information on:
How to get started breastfeeding, with illustrated tips for latching on
Increasing your milk supply
Breastfeeding when working away from home
Pumps and other technology associated with breastfeeding
Making sure your nursing baby gets optimum nutrition, including the most recent information about the importance of omega-3 fatty acids and milk-oriented microbiota
Nutrition and fitness for moms
Breastfeeding and fertility
Toddler nursing and weaning
And much more...
Breastfeeding contributes to nurturing a smarter and healthier baby, and a healthier and more intuitive mommy. Isnt that what every child needs, and every parent wants?
You can learn a lot about breastfeeding from in-person classes, books and blogs, and from nurses and midwives. If you are currently or planning to also pump, breast shields play a critical role in comfortable, efficient pumping. These breast shields also remove Visit www. And, you kind of are. As your milk supply increases and your baby gets older, the breaks between feedings will naturally become longer. Breastfeeding takes a lot of energy, which burns calories and depletes hydration.
Call us Do you have a family member or friend you are comfortable with? Ask them if you can watch them nurse. I know it seems strange, but trust me, it will be eye-opening and helpful for you. The facility you plan on delivering your baby is also a great resource. Most hospitals offer breastfeeding classes for both the mom-to-be and the father-to-be. Take a Saturday morning off and go to the class together.
What breastfeeding supplies do I need? If you already know you're going to try breastfeeding.
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Breastfeeding basics: What you need to know
We don't want to pressure everyone to nurse. We just want you to be aware of the benefits. Breast milk contains antibodies that can't be engineered. They also have less diarrhea and constipation and a decreased chance of having allergies. Over the long term, breastfeeding helps ward off breast and ovarian cancers. In the short term, the physical contact helps you bond with your baby.
Breastfeeding your baby doesn't always come naturally or easily, especially in the beginning, and can have its share of ups and downs. Luckily, being prepared for what to expect is half the battle. Breast milk comes in three stages. Colostrum helps provide your little one with the nutrients and antibodies he needs to fight infections in the early days. Transitional milk.