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Hand Expression

Learn Hand Expression Hand expression is a technique to express milk from your breasts to feed to your baby or store for later The amount will be just drops in the beginning and increase as you have more milk supply You can also express a drop onto your nipple for your baby to smell and […]

Latching

Finding your fit Practice makes perfect! A good latch helps prevent nipple pain and helps your baby remove milk. Be sure you’re comfortable in your position – relax your shoulders and rest your back against the chair or couch. Tips for latching your baby in ANY position Support your baby’s neck. Avoid holding the back […]

Positions

Getting started: Leaning Back Laying belly-to-belly with your baby is the most natural thing to do immediately after birth. When your baby shows signs of trying to find the breast, support this search.
He or she will nuzzle up and attach to the breast. Breastfeeding while leaning back comfortably goes along with your baby’s natural instincts. […]

Rooming-In

It’s good for you and your baby to stay in the same room, day and night, for your entire hospital stay, unless a medical need requires separation. Your baby takes comfort when you are close by. Your smell and your voice are calming to your baby. Think about a trusted adult who can stay with […]

Skin-to-Skin Contact

Initiating skin-to-skin contact helps keep your newborn warm and secure. Your baby should be placed skin-to-skin with you right at the time of birth. In fact, some hospitals practice skin-to-skin after C-sections in the operating room. It’s also great for partners to be skin-to-skin with your baby. The cream on the newborns’ skin is good […]

Common Concerns

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