Breastfeeding Complications That Really Suck

Breastfeeding Complications That Really Suck

 

Most of the time Breastfeeding goes fine and it’s a pleasurable experience for both you and your babe. But there are some things you should be aware of. Things happen and sometimes it doesn’t go as planned.

Don’t get caught off guard. Being prepared will help you sail through any roadblocks you come to so that you can keep on breastfeeding and not lose your supply before you get a good start.

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Below are the most common Breastfeeding Complications and What You Can Do To Prevent them.

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Sore nipples

A lot of mothers complain about tender nipples that make breastfeeding painful and frustrating. In Fact, this is the number one complaint.

There is good news though, as most mothers don’t suffer that long. The nipples will toughen up quickly and render breastfeeding virtually painless within just a week or two.

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During those first few weeks there will be a burning sensation right as your babe latches on but it subsides in only 10 seconds or so then it’s painless, so it’s not too bad at all. Just hold on for those first few seconds mama!! If the pain gets to be too much to bare you could use these nipple shields for a while.

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Improperly positioned babies or babies that suck really hard can make the breasts really sore. This is the most common cause of severe or extended pain. But it can be avoided with a proper latch.

There’s an online course called Miklology that will help you learn to latch your baby on perfectly. Check it out here.

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Below, are some ways to help you deal with the pain in those first few weeks:

1. Make absolutely sure that your baby is properly latched and positioned.

2. Once you have finished feeding, expose your breasts to the air and try to protect them from clothing and other irritations.

3. After breastfeeding, apply some awesome nipple cream like this right here.  Make sure to avoid petroleum jelly and other products with oil.

4. Make sure to wash your nipples with water but not with soap.

5. You can use these nipple gel pads. They are amazing and they will really help to relieve any pain. In fact, if you’re gonna buy one thing to help, this is what I recommend. I used them myself and they’re awesome!

6. Make sure you vary your position each time with feeding to ensure that a different area of the nipple is being compressed each time.

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Clogged milk ducts

Clogged milk ducts can be identified as small, red tender lumps on the tissue of the breast, and they can cause the milk to back up and lead to infection.

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The best way to unclog these ducts is to ensure that you’ve emptied as completely as possible. You should offer the clogged breast first at feeding time, then let your baby empty it all the way.

If milk remains after the feeding, the remaining amount should be removed by hand or with a pump. Every Mama has to have a great pump to use and I recommend this one right here.

You should also keep pressure off the duct by making sure your bra is not too tight.

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Breast infection

Breast Infection, Also known as mastitis, is normally due to not emptying breasts completely, germs gaining entrance to the milk ducts through cracks or fissures in the nipple, and decreased immunity in the mother due to stress or inadequate nutrition.

The symptoms of breast infection include severe pain or soreness, hardness of the breast, redness of the breast, heat coming from the area, swelling, or fever and even chills.

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The treatment of breast infection includes bed rest, antibiotics, pain relievers, increased fluid intake, and applying heat. Many women will stop breastfeeding during an infection, although it’s actually the wrong thing to do. By emptying the breasts, you’ll
actually help to prevent clogged milk ducts so don’t stop.

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I’ve had this a few times in my breastfeeding career and I nurse through it. It goes away really quickly when doing so.

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You should always make sure that breast infections are treated promptly and completely or you may risk the chance of abscess. An abscess is very painful, involving throbbing and swelling. You’ll also experience swelling, tenderness, and heat in
the area of the abscess.

If the infection progresses this far, your doctor may prescribe medicine and
even surgery.

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Milky Mama Breastfeeding educationSome of the things you’ll learn are In Milky Mama Are:

– What you MUST do to prepare for breastfeeding BEFORE you have your baby. This means that you will be fully prepared and ‘ahead of the game’ and you won’t feel confused by conflicting information or waste money on useless equipment

– Comfortable positions to hold your baby while nursing so that breastfeeding feels natural, discreet and easy. You will feel confident enough to begin breastfeeding without having to depend on busy hospital staff to supervise your every move.

– How to latch your baby onto the breast in the best position. A good latch can prevent early breastfeeding problems such as sore nipples or insufficient milk

– Secrets to establishing and maintaining an abundant milk supply.

– How to express, store and thaw your breast-milk, simply, safely and hygienically. Then, if you do need to be separated from your baby, you know she will not be exposed to the risks of artificial baby formula such as allergies, constipation or increased risks of illness such as diarrhea or respiratory infections.

– How to recognize and treat conditions that may contribute to painful breastfeeding, such as nipple thrush or mastitis – quickly and easily, so that breastfeeding isn’t interrupted or ended prematurely.

– Practical strategies for breastfeeding for when you return to work.

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7 Breastfeeding Mistakes That Will Trash Your Milk Supply

7 Breastfeeding Mistakes That Will Trash Your Milk Supply

So you’re about to have your baby { Or you already have }  and you’re excited about breastfeeding. You should be! It’s an amazing experience.

But sometimes new mothers unwittingly do things that can make Breastfeeding much harder than it has to be.

They wait until their baby’s born to learn about breastfeeding or they simply make these common mistakes that cause low milk supply.

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This can cause pain and frustration for both you and your babe and some mothers end up giving up.

 

But that doesn’t have to be you. Read below to learn more about the top 10 things that Kill your milk supply so you can avoid them.

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Not Educating Yourself 

 

When I first had my baby I imagined breastfeeding would come naturally and easy. I did no research at all and I found out the hard way.

Luckily my hospital had a lactation Expert on duty to help me but most hospitals don’t have this.

It’s really important that you get the proper education on how to breastfeed before your baby is born. It’s not as easy as you think and it takes practice and technique.

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You Try To Feed On A Schedule

 

When you first have your baby you should try breastfeeding as soon as possible and pretty much constantly while holding your new bundle.

Your baby wants to feel safe and close to you and this is a good way to accomplish that while getting the constant sucking action needed to bring in a good milk supply. Skin to skin also helps both you and your baby and it feels really good 🙂

Don’t try to follow a schedule and don’t worry about feeding your little one too much. You only have colostrum at this point anyway and you want your baby to get as much of this as possible.

 

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Supplementing With Bottles Early on

 

Just. Don’t. Do. It. This is absolutely unnecessary in every way and will only hinder you and your baby’s progress. It can also cause nipple confusion because your breast and a bottle nipple require a different kind of sucking action.

Same goes for pacifiers. Avoid them at all costs. Don’t let pushy staff try to force you into these things. Stand your ground mama.

Feeding From Only One Breast

 

During each feeding, it’s important that you feed the baby from both breasts, You should also feed long enough to get the hindmilk from the breast. This will help create an ample supply of milk for her.

 

Not Feeding At Night

 

Some Tired mamas will try to give a pacifier at night or even a bottle so the baby is fuller. This will seriously hinder the supply of milk your body develops so wake up and feed that baby.

 

Nipple Pain 

 

Nipple pain can be pretty intense but it’s all part of the process. Even with a good latch, there will be a period of soreness.

Some new mamas begin to avoid feedings or feel like they can’t take the pain. This will definitely set you back in the way of your milk supply.

The good news is that the pain passes fast, and It will go away in a few weeks. When the baby does latch on during those first days there will be a burning sensation but it only lasts about 10 seconds during the feeding and passes after that.

So the pain is very manageable and breastfeeding is well worth it so don’t give up because of this. You can help soothe sore nipples by using a nipple shield, This ointment, and these sweet little booby gel packs.

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Sleepy Baby

 

Sometimes your baby falls asleep at the breast. It’s understandable. They are new to this big world and it’s exhausting.

They start off eager to suck but then quickly fall asleep. But it’s important that you wake them up so they can continue feeding. This will help your supply and keep her growing at a healthy rate.

 

How To Quickly Increase Your Milk Supply

 

Now let’s talk about some ways to quickly build up your supply so that your baby gets everything he needs.

 

Pumping

 

Pumping is the number one way to get the milk a flowin { besides the baby sucking }. Between feedings go ahead and pump your breasts. You can save the milk in these bags for when you go to work or for later when you introduce the bottle. Here’s a great pump that you can use hands-free. 

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Pumping stimulates the breast just like when the baby sucks and it really helps boost production.

Here’s a great pumping class that will teach you how to efficiently do the job. It’s for going back to work but it will teach you the ins and outs of how to pump really well and keep your supply up. It’s an excellent course.

 

Foods That Help Increase Supply 

 

There are some things you can eat and drink to really bump up your milk. Oatmeal is the number one recommended food for this. It’s delish and Good for you both.

Brewer’s Yeast is also full of vitamins and minerals and it’s supposed to help as well. Flaxseed is full of Omegas and it’s also really great!

Lastly, drink plenty of fluids so that your body has what it needs to produce milk and keep you hydrated.

 

Medications 

 

There are a few medications that can help if all else fails. Reglan and Domperidone are the two main choices. Talk to your doctor about it if you feel like you’re running out of options.

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I just wrote a book for my readers called Milky Mama. It educates you on Latching, Positions and absolutely everything you need to know about breastfeeding your baby. You can print it out and take it with you when you deliver your baby as your guide. I’ve put my heart and soul into this project and I hope my readers love it!

Milky Mama Breastfeeding educationSome of the things you’ll learn in Milky Mama Are:

– What you MUST do to prepare for breastfeeding BEFORE you have your baby. This means that you will be fully prepared and ‘ahead of the game’ and you won’t feel confused by conflicting information or waste money on useless equipment

– Comfortable positions to hold your baby while nursing so that breastfeeding feels natural, discreet and easy. You will feel confident enough to begin breastfeeding without having to depend on busy hospital staff to supervise your every move.

– How to latch your baby onto the breast in the best position. A good latch can prevent early breastfeeding problems such as sore nipples or insufficient milk

– Secrets to establishing and maintaining an abundant milk supply.

– How to express, store and thaw your breast-milk, simply, safely and hygienically. Then, if you do need to be separated from your baby, you know she will not be exposed to the risks of artificial baby formula such as allergies, constipation or increased risks of illness such as diarrhea or respiratory infections.

– How to recognize and treat conditions that may contribute to painful breastfeeding, such as nipple thrush or mastitis – quickly and easily, so that breastfeeding isn’t interrupted or ended prematurely.

– Practical strategies for breastfeeding when you return to work.

These are just a few of the topics you’ll find in Milky Mama. You can download Milky Mama Right Now through this link. 

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How To Keep Your Breasts From Becoming Engorged And Painful

How To Keep Your Breasts From Becoming Engorged And Painful

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Engorgement is one of the not so fun parts of breastfeeding. You are excited to nurse your babe then suddenly your milk comes in and your breasts are hard as rocks and throbbing. It can suck, no pun intended. This happened to me with all three of mine and it was pretty intense.

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It’s all part of the process though and it’s mostly unavoidable.

Within the first two to three days after you have given birth, you will find that your breasts feel swollen, tender, throbbing, lumpy, and overly full. Sometimes, the swelling will extend all the way to your armpit, and you may run a  low fever as well.

Let’s talk about it.

The causes

Within 72 hours of giving birth, an abundance of milk will come in or become available to your baby. As this happens, more blood will flow to your breasts and some of the surrounding tissue will swell. The result is full, swollen, engorged breasts.

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Not every postpartum mom experienced true engorgement. Some women’s breasts become only slightly full, while others find their breasts have become amazingly hard. Some women will hardly notice the pain, as they are involved in other things during the first few days.

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Treating it

Keep in mind, engorgement is a positive sign that you are producing milk to feed to your baby. Until you produce the right amount:
1. Wear a supportive nursing bra, even at night – making sure it isn’t too tight.

 

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2. Breastfeed often, every 2 – 3 hours if you can. Try to get your baby to nurse as long as possible, at least at first. If your baby seems satisfied with just one breast, you can offer the other at the next feeding.

3. Avoid letting your baby latch on and suck when the areola is very firm. To reduce the possibility of nipple damage, you can use a pump until your areola softens up.

4. Avoid pumping milk except when you need to soften the areola or when your baby is unable to latch on. Excessive pumping can lead to the overproduction of milk and prolonged engorgement.

5. To help soothe the pain and relieve swelling, apply cold packs to your breasts for a short amount of time after you nurse. The Lansinoh TheraPearl 3-in-1 Breast Therapy Pack is the perfect ice pack for this and it’s made to help relieve Engorgement Pain.

6. Look ahead. You’ll get past this engorgement in no time and soon be able to enjoy your breastfeeding relationship with your
new baby. The whole ordeal can be pretty painful but it will be over soon and things will be going smoothly.

Engorgement will pass very quickly. You can expect it to diminish within 24 – 48 hours, as nursing your baby will only help the problem.

During this time, you can and should continue to nurse. Unrelieved engorgement can cause a drop in your production of milk, so it’s important to breastfeed right from the start. Keep an eye for signs of hunger and feed him when he
needs to be fed.

There’s not too much you can do about engorgement but the things I listed above will surely help. I hope it’s not too painful for you.

How did you relive your engorgement? Tell us in the comments below.

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Breastfeeding Guide | Quick And Simple Guide To What You’ll Need Plus Educational Resources

Breastfeeding Guide | Quick And Simple Guide To What You’ll Need Plus Educational Resources

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This is a quick resource guide on what you’ll need to breastfeed your newborn. Sort of a breastfeeding kit Post. It’s quick and easy and gets straight to the point.

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Ok So Let’s Get Right To Our List:

The Things You’ll Need In your Breastfeeding Kit are—

The List above has definitely got you covered. It’s all you’ll need in your breastfeeding Mama Kit. The things listed above will help you tremendously with your breastfeeding, making success much more likely and most of them are dirt cheap on Amazon { as listed in the links }

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How To Breastfeed A Newborn | The Easiest way to Learn Is Right Here

How To Breastfeed A Newborn | The Easiest way to Learn Is Right Here

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I write a lot about How To Breastfeed a Newborn.

It’s one of my favorite subjects. I have been doing it for a very long time and I like to help others learn to do it too.

When you first have your baby you may expect it to be easier then it is and if you don’t have a great lactation consultant at your hospital it may seem impossible.

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The pain may hold you back or the baby just cannot seem to latch. It can get pretty difficult.

I think the very best way to Learn to breastfeed a newborn BEFORE you even get to the hospital is to take a quick and easy online course.

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Yes, there’s an online course for this and it’s only $19! I wish there had been something like this when I had my first son, I would have jumped at the chance to take it.

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It’s a baby breastfeeding video course that teaches you how to breastfeed in 90 minutes, Guaranteed {30-day money back guarantee }

The course is called MILKOLOGY and it’s by Stacey who is a Certified Lactation Educator through CAPPA, a mom of 3 and the founder of Milkology®. You can check out the online course right here. It will provide you with all the breastfeeding help you need. 

The course has 13 videos and you get three other products with it. You get a Troubleshooting guide, A class notes guide and an ebook called the LITTLE BLACK BOOK OF BREASTFEEDING SECRETS.

Here are a few things you’ll learn if you take this awesome course:

  • Breastfeeding For Beginners
  • The biggest breastfeeding mistakes and how to correct them.
  • The best position to get a deep latch.
  • 2 ways to make sure baby is well fed and getting enough milk.
  • A powerful strategy to make more milk whenever you need to.
  • Places you can go to for support and so much more.

This is hands down the best online resource to learn to breastfeed and you can sit down and do it in an hour and a half.  It also has rave reviews online.

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I highly recommend this baby breastfeeding video course if you’re are planning to breastfeed. It is more difficult than most understand and it can become a real stressor after birth when you’re already exhausted.

I hope this helps to ease your worry and nervousness about Learning to breastfeed your newborn.

 

Enjoy the experience because there’s nothing more special in this world!

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The One Thing I Did That Helped Me Breastfeed During The first Few Weeks Without Pain

The One Thing I Did That Helped Me Breastfeed During The first Few Weeks Without Pain

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Breastfeeding can hurt. We all know this or have heard this. It’s the one thing that can really scare mamas away or make them think they just can’t do it.

*Please note that this post is an extension of my longer post on Breastfeeding that you can read right here. I just wanted to write this short post to reiterate that you can breastfeed with minimal pain.  

But it’s not so bad. In fact, the pain ends pretty quickly, only after those first few weeks.

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But there is a really simple way to avoid the pain altogether that EVERY breastfeeding mama should be aware of.

The way to avoid all that pain is { Drum Roll Please } Nipple Shields! These are really great and so are these. 

Nipple shields will save you from a world of pain but only use them when you need them and in the first few weeks when the baby is trying to get that perfect latch.

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You will thank me for this later. Good Luck Mama!

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