Just as after the baby is born, a pregnant woman can use a nursing pad purchased in a drug store or cut off a small square of a sanitary napkin ... Other women who never see any colostrum until after the birth are just as able to successfully breastfeed their babies. ... that the longer they are able to prepare their breasts before beginning to care for the baby, the more quickly they will begin producing milk.
|Title||:||Woman-centered pregnancy and birth|
|Author||:||Ginny Cassidy-Brinn, Francie Hornstein, Carol Downer|
|Publisher||:||Cleis Pr - 1984-05|