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Breastfeeding Info

Here you will find answers to your breastfeeding and parenting questions, drawn from the various resources on our site, conveniently grouped by topic.... Read More

Focus on Breastfeeding Contest

The LLLI photography contest, Focus on Breastfeeding, has come to a close. Contestants submitted photographs in four categories: Breastfeeding and Working, Skin-to-Skin, Breastfeeding Everywhere and Special Moments. The panel of professional judges chose a winner for each category, and one overall winner. Breastfeeding and Working: Christine Wright, Reconnection Breastfeeding Everywhere: Christina Forga, In the Backyard Skin-to-Skin: Silvana … Read More

Destete Abrupto Por Razones Médicas

Sarah McCann, Carrickfergus, Irlanda del Norte Adaptado de su blog “Breastfeeding Resources, Northern Ireland”, publicado el 2 de agosto, 2011. Traducido por Amaranta Avendaño, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Un destete abrupto para tomar un medicamento trae riesgos y dificultades para la madre y el bebé. Sarah examina las implicaciones de la interrupción temprana de la lactancia … Read More

Stillen mit Polyzystischem Ovarial Syndrom (PCOS)

La Leche Liga Mütter Übersetzung: Ingrid Schossmann, LLL-Beraterin, Österreich Foto: Belle Verdiglione Stillen mit Polyzystischem ovarial Syndrom (PCOS) PCOS ist einer der Hauptgründe für weibliche Unfruchtbarkeit. Symptome sind unter anderem: Erhöhte Insulinlevel (dies kann zu exzessiver Gewichtszunahme führen) Erhöhte Level männlicher Hormone (dies kann zu Akne und dem Wachstum ungewünschter Haare führen) Unregelmässige Zyklen, Ovarialzysten Erhöhtes Diabetesrisiko … Read More

Reaching Out

  Dawn Tucker, Uzbekistan & Florida, USA I live in Uzbekistan, but flew back to my home in Florida to have my baby girl, Josephine, and to be near friends and family. We stayed for three months: six weeks before and six weeks after the birth before returning to Uzbekistan. Reaching out to La Leche League Since I’d … Read More

Relactación

Odette Miller, Ciudad de Tshwane, Sudáfrica Traducido por Silvia Vidaorreta, San José, Costa Rica Foto: Smithen Photography Mi historia de relactación Desde el momento en que descubrimos que esperábamos otro pequeño milagro (y porque no amamanté a mi primer bebé por falta de buena información) decidí que haría lo que fuera por amamantar esta vez. Nuestra … Read More

Bakterien: Ein Geheimnis des Stillens?

Dr. Steven Lin Übersetzt von Hansi Hubinger-Kasser, Wien, Österreich Foto: Jen Barber & Daisy von Chris Davison Die mikrobielle Population, die in Muttermilch lebt, und der Transport von Bakterien zwischen Mutter und Kind spielen eine entscheidende Rolle beim Gesundbleiben. Wie kein anderer inniger Moment zwischen Mutter und Kind bietet das Stillen nährstoffreiche, immunologische und emotionelle Nahrung. … Read More

¿De verdad necesitas extraerte leche?

Alice Allan, IBCLC, Addis Abeba, Etiopía Traducido por Inma Mellado, Madrid, España estudia si son necesarios los sacaleches Algunas madres no consiguen sentir la bajada de la leche cuando usan un sacaleches y producen sólo unas pocas gotas, cuando en realidad tienen una buena producción de leche. Superventas Las ventas de sacaleches se estiman en unos … Read More

Sudden Weaning for Medical Reasons

Sarah McCann, Carrickfergus, Northern Ireland Adapted from her blog “Breastfeeding Resources, Northern Ireland,” posted August 2, 2011. Sudden weaning in order to take a medication comes with risks and difficulties for mother and baby. Sarah looks at the implications of an early end to breastfeeding and explains that many medications are compatible with breastfeeding. When … Read More

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