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The first visit to an OB-GYN can make a newly-pregnant mom anxious. Be prepared with questions to make sure you find a doctor who is not only qualified, but connects with you personally. Consider these to get started:
Happily, a mother’s milk supply is designed to meet and even exceed this demand.
Getting a breast pump is easier than ever. Most health insurance providers will cover rental fees for a larger pump in case of a medical need.
As the numerous health, economic and societal benefits of breastfeeding have received greater recognition, more families are choosing to breastfeed their babies.
Understanding if your baby is getting enough to eat is a big challenge for parents.
Unfortunately, because we can’t directly see how full a baby is, we have to judge from the way the baby acts – and sometimes it’s hard to tell what is going on.
Luckily, we can use the same signs of hunger and fullness with babies that we can use with ourselves.