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Category Archives: BREASTFEEDING

4 Breastfeeding Pitfalls

“Breastfeeding is touted as a “natural experience,” but there is quite often a learning curve for mom and baby,” says Registered Nurse and Certified Lactation Counselor, Molly O’Neill.  “And once you both have things figured out, it is still a lot of work.  Breastfeeding doesn’t always work for everyone, and below are the top four […]

Medications During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Today there is much discussion and controversy about the use of medication during pregnancy and breastfeeding.  We advocate not taking anything unless absolutely necessary. Be sure and speak with a pharmacist if you have questions regarding any medication, especially if there is a combination in one medication. If you are breastfeeding, lactation consultants also have information […]

10 Tips For Breastfeeding And Returning To Work

“If you’re going back to work after having your baby and are breastfeeding, you’ll want to set yourself up for success to continue breastfeeding as long as you choose, and this starts  by preparing much sooner than when you actually return,” says Dr. Pfaffenbach.  “Below are professional tips, as well as some advice from my personal experience from […]

How To Tell If Your Newborn Is Getting Enough Milk

“Probably the most common reason a new mom will stop breastfeeding early on is because she’s afraid her newborn isn’t getting enough milk,” says Molly O’Neill, Registered Nurse and Certified Lactation Counselor with Women’s Health Specialists.  “Unlike formula, we can’t see how many ounces they’re eating.  On top of that, breast milk is so well […]

Increasing Breast Milk Supply Naturally

One of the top reasons that women stop breastfeeding is that they are afraid they’re not producing enough milk for their baby.  “Some women will swear by supplements, herbs or oils to increase their supply, but there’s no evidence-based research that those methods actually increase a woman’s milk supply,” says Molly O’Neill, Registered Nurse and […]

The Joys (and Challenges) of Breastfeeding

Angie Lipschutz, Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner (APNP) August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, a great time to encourage moms-to-be to consider breastfeeding their newborns. Breast milk is the perfect food and nourishment for your baby. If you choose to breastfeed, you experience instant, natural bonding. This amazing capacity starts long before your baby is born. […]

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