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Positioning

During the early weeks skin-to-skin contact helps your baby be connected to his instinctive breastfeeding skills and helps you and baby enjoy breastfeeding.... Read More

Premies: Positioning

Perhaps your baby is now strong and mature enough to begin feeding directly at your breast. It may take some time to encourage him to do it correctly. Many mothers of premature babies find the cross cradle hold very useful for this stage. This technique allows you to get a better view of your baby, and to control your baby’s head. Position the baby across your lap, turned in towards you, chest to chest. Use pillows to bring him up to the level of your breast.... Read More

Ictericia

Durante la primera semana de vida, más de la mitad de los recién nacidos tienen ictericia. Usualmente la ictericia es una parte normal del ajuste a la vida afuera del útero, pero ocasionalmente puede ser un signo de serios problemas de salud. A veces, el tratamiento de la ictericia es un desafío para las madres y los bebés.... Read More

Birth and Breastfeeding

When you are actively involved during birth and have a trusted support person with you, you are better able to avoid procedures that can compromise the initiation of breastfeeding.... Read More

Dentición

PUEDO CONTINUAR AMAMANTANDO A MI BEBÉ UNA VEZ QUE COMIENZA LA DENTICIÓN? ¡Claro que si! La dentición puede presentar nuevos desafíos, pero la leche materna continúa siendo el mejor alimento para tu bebé. A veces, cuando los dientes se mueven dentro de las encías y cuando finalmente cortan a través de ella, tu bebé puede encontrarse molesto e incómodo.... Read More

Twice as Nice

Kasia Jedrzejewska, London, UK Alex was three pounds and nine ounces (1.8kg) when he was born. That’s about half of an average newborn’s weight. His twin brother Nathan was six pounds and eight ounces (3.1kg). Although they had separate placentas and separate amniotic sacs so that one should not have been taking from the other, … Read More

Update on HIV and Breastfeeding

Pamela Morrison, IBCLC, West Sussex, England La Leche League Leaders occasionally receive requests for information about whether mothers who have tested positive for the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) can breastfeed their babies. Although the discovery that the virus can be passed from mothers to babies during breastfeeding was made in 1985, the original international advice … Read More

LLLI News 22 March 19

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