Breastfeeding can be challenging, but we have the advice you need to help you through. From nursing pads to establishing a good latch, you'll find the answers to your breastfeeding questions here.

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Gassy Foods to Avoid When Breastfeeding

The food you eat can pass from your digestive system into your breast milk. There are several gassy foods to avoid when breastfeeding to keep your baby comfortable.

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Mastitis in Pregnancy: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

Mastitis in pregnancy is a rare cause of breast pain and discomfort. If identified early, it is easily treatable with antibiotics.

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Engorgement vs Mastitis: What’s the Difference?

Engorgement and mastitis are two different conditions associated with breastfeeding. Learn the difference and how to prevent and handle each problem effectively.

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How to Fix a Shallow Latch When Breastfeeding

A shallow latch can be painful and discouraging for a new mom. Thankfully there are easy ways to fix a shallow latch while breastfeeding!

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Nursing Necklace vs Teething Necklace: What’s the Difference?

We break down the differences between a teething necklace and a nursing necklace so you can confidently purchase the right necklace for your needs.

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High Lipase Milk and How to Fix It

High lipase breast milk is common and won’t cause any harm to your baby. Find out exactly what high lipase milk is and how you can fix it.

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3 Signs Your Milk is Drying Up

How can you tell if your breastmilk is drying up? Learn how to ensure you're making enough milk for your baby and how you can boost milk production naturally.

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How to Use Cabbage Leaves to Treat Mastitis

Relief for the discomfort associated with Mastitis may be as close as your refrigerator. Learn how cabbage leaves can ease the pain that accompanies Mastitis.

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Open vs Closed System Breast Pumps: Which Are Better?

The first thing you’ll want to think about is deciding between an open vs closed system breast pump, and we’re going to help you make an informed decision.

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Sudden Drop in Milk Supply: 4 Causes and Solutions

A sudden drop in milk supply is stressful for both mom and baby. A healthy diet and stress management can help you make enough milk for your growing baby.

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How to Tell if Breast Milk Is Bad

Breast milk can have different tastes, smells, and colors. Knowing how to tell if breast milk is bad will keep your baby safe and keep you from throwing away good...

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How Long Is Warmed Breast Milk Good for?

The facts around storing, thawing, and knowing how long to keep warmed breast milk are important to keep your baby safe. We’re here to support you in knowing those facts.

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How Many Calories Are in Breast Milk?

Learn all about breast milk. We break down the nutrients and how many calories are in breast milk, along with tips on how to make your milk even more nutritious!

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Do You Need To Make Your Breast Milk Fattier?

Breast milk fats are essential for your baby’s growth and development. Find out how much fat is in breast milk so your child will always get the right amount of...

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Mastitis vs Thrush: How to Spot the Difference

Knowing the difference between mastitis and thrush will help you choose the best treatment plan. With proper treatment, you should be able to continue breastfeeding.

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When and How to Stop Pumping Your Breast Milk

When you and your baby are ready to wean from pumping breast milk, it's important to do it slowly. Weaning too fast can cause mastitis and painful engorgement.

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How to Get Rid of a Clogged Milk Duct

For breastfeeding moms, dealing with a clogged milk duct can be painful. Learn how to prevent and relieve blocked ducts to keep your milk flowing and your baby happy.

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Can You Refreeze Breast Milk?

You’ve probably heard that you can’t refreeze thawed breastmilk. However. there are conditions under which it is safe to refreeze milk.

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Watery Breast Milk? 4 Possible Causes (& Solutions)

Watery breast milk is common and usually not something to worry about. If you produce watery milk, emptying the breast with each feeding will help.

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5 Protein-Rich Lactation Snacks for Breastfeeding Moms

Breastfeeding moms need optimal nutrition to keep their milk production up. These protein-rich snacks are a great way to meet your nutrition needs.

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Handling Forceful Letdown and Breast Milk Oversupply

Better understand the problems associated with forceful letdown and milk oversupply and learn straightforward tips to manage this breastfeeding issue.

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Power Pumping Tips to Increase Milk Supply

If you’re looking to increase your milk supply, power pumping is a safe and effective option. WE'll show you how to get started with power pumping.

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Bubbles in Breast Milk: Should I Be Concerned?

Bubbles in breast milk can form as a result of how it’s handled, the letdown reflex, how it’s stored, soap residue, or malfunctions with your breast pump.

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How to Combine Breastfeeding and Pumping

Breastfeeding and pumping do not have to be exclusive of one another, as long as you know how to combine breastfeeding and pumping.