Month 1 : Week 1 & 2
We at LifeCell are here to handhold you on your baby steps into parenting.
If you received tons of advice during pregnancy, you can expect to receive twice as much advice on breastfeeding. Just like how pregnancy and childbirth is unique to each woman, the experience of breastfeeding also varies among mothers and babies. Breastfeeding is a skill and it takes time for new mothers to master it. The key is to not get anxious and keep trying until you find the sweet spot at which your baby latches on. Here are some unique tips to help you get settled with this beautiful experience:
- Skin-skin contact is important. Keep your baby close to you. This will help soothe him and get comfortable for feed
- Feed your baby each time through both breasts. Allow your baby to choose the one that he is most comfortable with.
- Heal soreness of nipples with few drops of breast milk itself. Do not use wet tissues or other chemicals as they may be ingested by your baby.
- Do not set timeframes for feeds. Your baby may take just few minutes for one feed and much longer for another feed.
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