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Breastfeeding attachment tips
Breastfeeding attachment tips Attaching your baby to the breast correctly is crucial to ensure adequate breastmilk transfer and prevent your nipple...
Skin to Skin
Skin to skin contact or kangaroo care! There are so many benefits to frequent skin to skin contact with your baby, it is supported and recommended...
Skin to Skin after Caesarean Section
Skin to Skin after Caesarean Sections Skin to skin contact (SSC) is when your naked baby is placed prone on your chest following delivery. A wealth...
Mastitis // Mastitis means “inflammation of the breast” caused commonly by milk stasis or infection. If it develops, it most commonly occurs in the...
SNS / Supplemental Nursing System
Supplemental Nursing System (SNS) What is a supplemental nursing system? SNS allows mothers to supplement their baby with breastmilk or formula whi...
Breastfeeding Size & Breastfeeding
Breast Size + Breastfeeding //Breastfeeding and Breast size, does it matter?I’m sure if you haven’t asked this question yourself, then you have hea...
Demand Feeding vs Scheduled Feeding
Demand vs. Scheduled Feeding One of the most common questions asked by new mothers is “how often should I be feeding my baby” and “what is better, ...
Vasospasm // What is it?Vasospasm is a term which describes the painful constriction and intermittent loss of blood flow in the blood vessels in th...
Blocked Ducts, White Spots & Blebs
Blocked ducts Blocked ducts can be a common complication of breastfeeding and often present as a hard and painful red lump on the breast. The bloc...
Shields, yes or no? Nipple shields are readily available in Australia for purchase by expecting parents to aid breastfeeding. But are they necessar...
Indications of low milk supply
Indications of low milk supply // “Am I making enough breastmilk?” a question new mothers often ask!Newborns typically feed frequently, every 2 hou...
Second Night Syndrome
So, you have made it through the first 24 hours with your brand-new baby. Most likely you’re thinking you have won the baby-lottery, how lovely and...
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