Breastfeeding

My Newborn Won’t Feed Every 3 Hours. Why?

During your hospital stay or visits with your medical care provider, you may be given a lot of rules and pieces of advice about caring for your newborn. One of the most common is “Baby needs to be fed every…

60 Tips To Increase Milk Supply When Pumping Breastmilk

Whether you’re pumping while you’re working, pumping because of NICU or exclusively pumping, you’ve likely felt at some stage that your supply is lower than you would like and that you don’t have enough for your baby. Here are a…

What Do I Feed My Baby Until My Milk Comes In?

Breastmilk doesn’t come in till 2-10 days after birth. In the meantime, what are you meant to feed your baby? Should you supplement with formula? The answer is simple – colostrum! After birth, your breasts are not empty, but filled…

Why is my Pregnancy Colostrum White, Yellow, Clear or Red?

Colostrum is baby’s first important food and it generally lasts till 2-10 days after birth, when your milk begins to come in. Some women experience leaking colostrum as early as the first trimester, while other women never leak colostrum at…

FrisoMum Gold & Breastfeeding. Do You Need To Drink Milk To Make Milk?

FrisoMum Gold For Pregnant and Lactating Women is touted as a must have supplement for mothers. Unfortunately, one thing isn’t made clear; it can actually cause more problems with breastfeeding. The number one cause of issues with breastfed babies is…

8 Reasons Mothers Think They Need To Stop Breastfeeding (But Really Don’t)

FACT: Most doctors are only trained in the basics of breastfeeding and don’t have the knowledge or experience to diagnose or treat issues such as bad latch or other common breastfeeding problems. If you’re ever experiencing breastfeeding issues, you should…