Common Problems Faced by Breastfeeding Mothers By Women and Baby Care

Common Problems Faced by Breastfeeding Mothers By Women and Baby Care

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A video about Common problems faced by breastfeeding mothers and their solutions, by women and baby care. Since Breastfeeding is the natural way to feed a baby, but that doesn’t always mean it’s easy.
Here is an video about common problems encountered by nursing women, along with their treatment.

hello welcome to yet another video by women and baby care. In this video , we will learn about common breastfeeding problems and their solutions.

number one,
Engorged breasts

Just after Two or three days of the baby is born, the breasts usually become engorged or temporarily swollen and uncomfortable. This is very common problem during initial days of breastfeeding.

Here are very useful solutions to this breastfeeding problem. Wear a supporting bra and, Frequent breastfeeding or hand-expression will help to relieve the discomfort.
Have Warm shower or warm water compress and nurse with Alternate breasts. After nursing apply cold compress for 5 to 10 minutes.

another common breastfeeding problem is SORE Nipples
Nipples soreness is very common in the first few weeks after delivery. It is usually due to dry nipples due to poor preparation during pregnancy.
Best solution to this is to practice correct positioning of the baby at the breast, From the very beginning. Also Avoid the use of soap on the nipples to prevent drying of the nipples.

number 3,
Flat and Inverted Nipples
A flat nipple is one that cannot be made to protrude with stimulation. An inverted nipple retracts inward instead of becoming erect when the areola is compressed. Both flat and inverted nipples can make it difficult for an infant to grasp the breast correctly.
When flat or inverted nipples are discovered prenatally, several treatment options are available to draw the nipples out. The most popular of these is the wearing of breast shells, also known as milk cups, over the nipples inside the maternity bra.

And Lastly,
Low milk supply
Breastfeeding difficulties can cause physical discomfort, exhaustion and frustration, as well as infant fussiness and poor infant growth. Furthermore, many breastfeeding problems readily become complicated by low milk supply. Often, complaints in breastfeeding women are linked to ineffective or infrequent emptying of milk.
The most common cure for low milk suppy is to Feed your baby often. Frequent nursing sessions stimulate your body to produce more milk. Be sure to offer both breasts at each feeding.
In addition to that you have to follow and healthy diet plan in order increase the milk supply. You can check out our video on, Foods to increase milk production in women or nursing mothers .
also you have to Get the best latch-on possible. A lactation consultant can help you with proper positioning at the breast.
And lastly See a lactation professional. She can weigh your baby and give you tips on how to boost your milk supply.

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