Breastfeeding tips and ideas for Newborns

If you are a new mother or are about to deliver, then these tips for breastfeeding will help you.

  • When you put the baby to your breast, un-wrap (if he is wrapped up in a blanket) him before you do so. Hold him in such a way that the child is in a semi-upright position. His upper shoulders should be near your breast; lower shoulder touches you; and, the tummy of your baby touching your stomach.

  • Next comes the latching on. The baby must put your nipple in his mouth. If the child is very small and has a mouth that is too small to place.


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