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The Importance of Latch-on

Many common breastfeeding issues can be traced back to one main cause: poor latch-on. Correcting your baby's latch early will make a big difference.

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Baby Led Latching

The way you hold your baby and how he latches on to the breast, are the keys to comfortable feeding for you and full feedings for your baby.

Waking a Sleepy Baby

Babies are often sleepy during the first week or so. They may not awaken often enough to feed: remember newborns need to eat every 2-3 hours.

Calming Your Breastfed Baby

Crying is often related to hunger, and feeding is the obvious solution. However, periods of crying, with no obvious cause and no ready cure, plague many parents.

Flat or Inverted Nipples

Flat or inverted nipples can sometimes cause problems for your baby when you begin breastfeeding.

Sore Nipples While Breastfeeding

Tender and sensitive nipples are normal as you begin breastfeeding your new baby. However, very sore, cracked or bleeding nipples are not.

Breastfeeding e-Course

Get ready to breastfeed with this 11-section video e-course. In each video segment you’ll learn important knowledge and techniques to make breastfeeding go smoothly from the start!

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