While some mothers take to breast-feeding like a duck to water, others just can't seem to get the hang of it. Clare Byam-Cook agrees that breast is best but she stresses that the most important thing is that your baby is fed - whether by the breast or bottle - and you, the mother, should feel comfortable with whatever you choose to do. This comprehensive guide contains all the latest information on breast-feeding your baby successfully, including: - how to prepare for breast-feeding - what to expect in the early stages - how to overcome common problems, such as sore nipples and mastitis And if you can't... the first rule is you shouldn't feel a failure. Clare Byam-Cook recognises there are certain circumstances where bottle feeding is an advisable alternative. Rather than making you feel guilty if you prefer, or have to, bottle feed, she is wholly supportive and sympathetic, providing you with all the practical advice and information you need.You can buy a Nipplette from most chemists but you can only use it between pregnancies and for the first three months that you ... your baby breast milk by expressing with a pump, or you can try using a nipple shield (see page 109), which helps by making your ... nipples, which can make life much more difficuft for the baby than small. well~shaped nipples. ... a slightly too bulky parcel into a letter box a you would squash the parcel, rather than simply giving up because the opening isanbsp;...
|Title||:||What To Expect When You're Breast-feeding... And What If You Can't?|
|Publisher||:||Random House - 2010-04-01|