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Breastfeeding: Overactive Letdown

mother pumping breast milk Breastfeeding works differently for every momma, so getting to know the strategies for handling overactive letdown is a smart move.
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Breastfeeding Oversupply

baby sleeping next to bottles of pumped breast milk Here are some strategies for dealing with breastfeeding oversupply and how it affects your baby.
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Foremilk Hindmilk Imbalance

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Breast milk is remarkable in the way that it provides nutrition to your baby. It contains just the right balance of carbohydrates, protein, and fat, as well as antibodies that help fight infections. The composition of your breast milk is designed to change as your baby nurses so that he gets just the
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Green Frothy Stools in Breastfed Babies

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Typically, breastfed babies have frequent bowel movements. They may need a diaper change after every feeding. Their stools should be mustard yellow colored, seedy, and runny. They may look like diarrhea but you have to remember a breastfed baby’s diet is made up entirely of liquids. Their stools
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What Is Block Nursing?

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Block nursing is a practice that is often recommended when a mom is producing too much milk for her baby (known as over-supply). A simple way to look at it is like this: You feed the baby on a set "block" of time, and on one breast only. When that block of time is up, you feed the baby on the other breast
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