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Breastfeeding: Overactive Letdown

By Laura Leavitt

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

By Laura Leavitt

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

By Laura Leavitt

mother breastfeeding baby Knowing a little about how breastfeeding works will help your baby get what he or she needs.
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Green Frothy Stools in Breastfed Babies

By JustMommies staff

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?

By Laura Leavitt

mom breastfeeding baby 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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