Booby traps

McCarthy, Jenna
February 2009
Fit Pregnancy;Feb/Mar2009, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p92
The article suggests top 5 pitfalls of breastfeeding and ways to avoid them. One should not give in to bad advice from friends and relatives. One is suggested not to assume that the baby is not being fed sufficient due to lesser milk production. It has been found that if a mother consistently sleeps when her baby needs to be fed, her milk supply may drop. One should not also try to make schedule for feeding the baby, as the babies take the being at irregular intervals.


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