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Tener dolor en un seno puede ser una experiencia angustiosa y alarmante, y puede ocurrir cuando se bloquea el flujo de leche en el pecho. Tu pecho puede estar sensible, puede o no haber enrojecimiento, puede haber un punto duro o un bulto doloroso en la mama. Trata cualquier ingurgitación o congestión mamaria rápidamente para evitar el desarrollo de conductos obstruidos o mastitis.... Read More

Mastitis

Having a sore breast can be a painful and alarming experience and can occur when the milk flow in your breast is blocked. Your breast may feel tender, there may or may not be redness or a hard spot or sore lump in your breast. Treat any engorgement promptly to avoid developing blocked ducts or mastitis.Whether you have a sore breast, a blocked duct or a breast infection, the initial care is similar: nurse frequently, rest and apply heat to the tender area.... Read More

Un episodio de mastitis

Mar Mendiola, Essone, France Photo: Jamie Sia Photography 4 meses de lactancia maravillosa hasta que… Ese viernes en la mañana amanecí con fiebre, dolor de cabeza y cuerpo cortado, ‘chin, siento que me va a dar gripe’ pensé, pero mi mente no quiso apoyar a mi cuerpo y le dijo que más tarde se le iba a … Read More

Congestión y Mastitis: Suavizando los Baches

Philippa Pearson-Glaze Traducido por Eva Marsal, Barcelona, España Foto: Evangeline y Ruth cortesía de Sally Hobson Photography Amamantar es normal y natural, pero cómo hacerlo es algo que a menudo aprendemos de nuestras madres, hermanas y amigas. En los sitios donde hemos perdido el arte de amamantar a lo largo de varias generaciones, los intentos de … Read More

Abundant Milk and Rapid Milk Ejection

by Mary Francell, Washington, USA Based on a talk by Kay Hoover presented at the LLLI 65th anniversary conference Having a robust milk supply usually ensures that a baby thrives and grows. However, sometimes an oversupply or a rapid milk ejection reflex (MER) can cause problems for both mother and baby. At the LLLI 65th … Read More

Preguntas frecuentes sobre la lactancia después de una pérdida

Traducción: Pedro Bernal Duque (Versión en inglés: Commonly Asked Questions about Lactation after Loss) Algunas madres en duelo sufren una pérdida posparto después de haber amamantado previamente o de extraerse la leche múltiples veces al día, mientras otras pierden al bebé en el útero o al nacer, antes de haber tenido la oportunidad de amamantarlo. … Read More

Persistent Pain When Breastfeeding

Cindy Garrison, Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, USA Breastfeeding is not supposed to hurt. Yet many mothers and nursing parents complain of pain associated with breastfeeding, which can be a leading cause for early weaning. When someone calls about persistent nipple pain or breast pain, a Leader can review the most common causes for pain while breastfeeding, such … Read More

Special Consideration Clause – Personal Experience Prerequisites

Linda Wieser, Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada   Sometimes potential Applicants have experiences that are “outside the realm of the normal/physiological course of breastfeeding.”  To address this possibility, there is a Special Consideration Clause in Applying for Leadership, LLLI Policies and Standing Rules (PSR). Personal Experience Prerequisites The experiences of breastfeeding and mothering are two … Read More

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