All About Latching

Latching on is the way your baby takes your nipple and areola into their mouth to suckle. It is the most important aspect of breastfeeding. If your baby doesn’t latch on properly, they will not get the required amount of milk and your breasts will not be stimulated to produce more, thereby initiating a vicious […] Read more

Breast Care during Breast Feeding

Your breasts will go through many changes during pregnancy and breast feeding.  Sometimes you may experience problems and discomfort while breastfeeding.  It is important to care for your breasts in order to prevent and manage problems you are likely to face. During the first few days after delivery, your breasts produce a small amount of […] Read more