The Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk Foreword by Martha Sears RN

The Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk  Foreword by Martha Sears  RN Author Diana West
ISBN-10 0071598588
Release 2008-12-07
Pages 304
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Concerned about making enough milk for your baby? Wondering how to make more? Two lactation experts are here to help. Separate fact from fiction with help from this comprehensive book about improving low milk supply. Written by two leading experts who have been there themselves and officially recommended by La Leche League International, The Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More Milk incorporates the latest research and discoveries about causes of low milk supply, the way your body makes milk, and how babies contribute to your milk production. Best of all, you'll find valuable suggestions for both time-honored and innovative ways to make more milk. Learn the facts about: Determining if baby is really getting enough milk Supplementing without decreasing your supply Maximizing the amount of milk you can make Identifying the causes of your low supply Increasing your supply with the most effective methods, including pumping, herbs, medications, foods, and alternative therapies Making more milk when you return to work, exclusively pump, have a premie or multiples, relactate, or induce lactation



The Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk Foreword by Martha Sears RN

The Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk  Foreword by Martha Sears  RN Author Diana West
ISBN-10 9780071598576
Release 2008-10-28
Pages 304
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Concerned about making enough milk for your baby? Wondering how to make more? Two lactation experts are here to help. Separate fact from fiction with help from this comprehensive book about improving low milk supply. Written by two leading experts who have been there themselves and officially recommended by La Leche League International, The Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More Milk incorporates the latest research and discoveries about causes of low milk supply, the way your body makes milk, and how babies contribute to your milk production. Best of all, you'll find valuable suggestions for both time-honored and innovative ways to make more milk. Learn the facts about: Determining if baby is really getting enough milk Supplementing without decreasing your supply Maximizing the amount of milk you can make Identifying the causes of your low supply Increasing your supply with the most effective methods, including pumping, herbs, medications, foods, and alternative therapies Making more milk when you return to work, exclusively pump, have a premie or multiples, relactate, or induce lactation



Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk

Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk Author Diana West
ISBN-10 OCLC:958561619
Release 2000
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Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Breastfeeding Mother s Guide to Making More Milk book for free.



Defining Your Own Success

Defining Your Own Success Author Diana West
ISBN-10 0912500867
Release 2001
Pages 328
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Exploring the many aspects of breastfeeding for a mother who has had breast reduction surgery, this book combines up-to-date research with experience and advice from breastfeeding mothers. This first of its kind publication is ideal for health care providers, LLL Leaders, and mothers alike, addressing the questions and myths that are associated with if and how a mother can breastfeed after breast reduction surgery.



Eat Well Lose Weight While Breastfeeding

Eat Well  Lose Weight  While Breastfeeding Author Eileen Behan
ISBN-10 9780345492593
Release 2007-03
Pages 265
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An updated weight-loss manual for nursing mothers describes the nutritional requirements of breastfeeding mothers, tells how to keep breast milk safe for the baby, and answers questions about nutrition and weight loss, with an all new section on family nutrition after the baby is weaned, the effects of current diet trends on breastfeeding, and a new recipe collection. Original. 25,000 first printing.



Boost Your Breast Milk

Boost Your Breast Milk Author Alicia C. Simpson
ISBN-10 9781615193479
Release 2017-02-21
Pages 256
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I want to breastfeed my baby, but will I be able to? Every mom wants to produce enough nutritious milk for her tiny one—but many worry about low milk supply and other potential hurdles. In Boost Your Breast Milk, you’ll find the most up-to-date practices that support a healthy milk supply for baby and a healthy mom. Clear, calm advice on breastfeeding—preparing to nurse, latching techniques, when to feed, and more How to spot and manage the causes of low supply and milk slumps—from mastitis to your baby’s natural growth spurts What to eat when you’re nursing—from superfoods like avocado to naturally lactogenic (milk-boosting) foods like oats and papaya Plus, 75 recipes packed with goodness that the whole family can enjoy! A healthy beginning starts now!



Supporting Sucking Skills in Breastfeeding Infants

Supporting Sucking Skills in Breastfeeding Infants Author Catherine Watson Genna
ISBN-10 9781449693800
Release 2012-02-23
Pages 260
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Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition. Supporting Sucking Skills in Breastfeeding Infants, Second Edition is the essential resource for healthcare professionals working with new mothers and infants. Using a skills approach, it focuses on normal sucking function in addition to anatomical variations, developmental respiratory issues, prematurity, and mild neurological deficits. Completely updated and revised with new photos and images, this edition contains a new chapter, “Hands in Support of Breastfeeding: Manual Therapy.” Written by an internationally renowned IBCLC and deliberately multidisciplinary, it provides the entire team with both the research background and clinical strategies necessary to help infants with successful sucking and feeding.



Exclusively Pumping Breast Milk

Exclusively Pumping Breast Milk Author Stephanie Casemore
ISBN-10 0973614226
Release 2013-11
Pages 284
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An alternative to formula exists! When breastfeeding doesn't work out, situations such as a premature or an ill baby delay breastfeeding, or you simply choose not to breastfeed, exclusively pumping breast milk-using a breast pump to initiate and maintain lactation-is a viable option and can be done on a long-term basis. Exclusively Pumping Breast Milk offers women the knowledge, advice, and support necessary to initiate and maintain their milk supply with a breast pump. This second edition of the first-and most comprehensive-book about exclusively pumping offers well-researched information, and plenty of tips and tricks, to help you on your journey. In addition to the basics of exclusively pumping, the second edition includes information on lactation and breast milk composition, increasing and decreasing supply, overcoming common challenges, pumps and accessories, storing expressed milk, weaning, and also a chapter specifically for mothers with babies in the NICU. Exclusively pumping breast milk is possible and this book will provide the accurate information and support necessary for you to provide your baby with "expressed love."



Finding Sufficiency

Finding Sufficiency Author Diana Cassar-Uhl
ISBN-10 1939807123
Release 2014-07-22
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Breastfeeding difficulty due to insufficient glandular tissue is something many mothers struggle with. Because this condition is still largely under-researched and misunderstood by practitioners who work with mothers during the perinatal period, women who experience breastfeeding problems due to insufficient glandular development also struggle to find support, both clinical and emotional, in dealing with them. This book aims to inform and support the efforts of breastfeeding mothers with low milk production due to insufficient glandular tissue, from both a scientific standpoint and an emotional one, covering the unique decisions and feelings that may be faced by someone who fully intended to breastfeed but felt betrayed by her body. The book also provides guidance for practitioners who seek to understand this condition and support their patients/clients who are dealing with it.



Breastfeeding an Adopted Baby and Relactation

Breastfeeding an Adopted Baby and Relactation Author Elizabeth Hormann
ISBN-10 0976896974
Release 2006
Pages 66
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Did you know that induced lactation and relactation are possible? Author Elizabeth Hormann explains how in this book. Some of the topics discussed include: preparation for adoptive breastfeeding; substances that stimulate milk production; beginning breastfeeding with an adopted baby; and sources of support for adoptive parents. Ideal for mothers who wish to breastfeed an adopted baby or relactate, as well as for the health professionals who assist them.



The Breastfeeding Book

The Breastfeeding Book Author Martha Sears
ISBN-10 9780316047524
Release 2008-11-16
Pages 288
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In recent years there has been a resurgence of interest in breastfeeding. Yet first-time mothers often lack the support and the knowledge they need. Many of the available books fail to address the practical challenges that confront many women (especially women who work outside the home) when they choose to breastfeed. For these women, The Breastfeeding Book is a godsend -- with comprehensive, reassuring, authoritative information on: -- how to get started, including tips for latching on -- increasing your milk supply -- breastfeeding in absentia -- pumps and the new technology associated with breastfeeding -- making sure your nursing baby gets the nutrition he/she needs



Maternal and Infant Assessment for Breastfeeding and Human Lactation A Guide for the Practitioner

Maternal and Infant Assessment for Breastfeeding and Human Lactation  A Guide for the Practitioner Author Karin Cadwell
ISBN-10 0763735779
Release 2006
Pages 147
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Maternal and Infant Assessment for Breastfeeding and Human Lactation: A Guide for the Practitioner, Second Edition explores the characteristics of breastfeeding problems that can be seen, heard, or observed, and allows the assessor to distinguish between breastfeeding problems and actual medical issues. This text is designed for healthcare professionals who are responsible for developing a process for determining the breastfeeding status of mothers and infants. While past experience can provide some direction for exploration, a thorough assessment demands detailed examination of the unique aspects of the new situation. Assessors must individually tailor their approach depending on the circumstances; this text offers appropriate solutions to various potential issues. The second edition of Maternal and Infant Assessment for Breastfeeding and Human Lactation includes extensive new colored pictures and diagrams, as well as additional key information on the challenges of breastfeeding a premature infant.



Breastfeeding Without Birthing

Breastfeeding Without Birthing Author Alyssa Schnell
ISBN-10 193980700X
Release 2013-04-12
Pages 200
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Breastfeeding without Birthing is an essential guide to breastfeeding for mothers through adoption, surrogacy, and other special circumstances. All breastfeeding-without-birthing mothers who wish to provide their own milk for their baby will learn the tools and techniques for inducing lactation without pregnancy and birth.



Mother Food for Breastfeeding Mothers

Mother Food for Breastfeeding Mothers Author Hilary Jacobson
ISBN-10 1589612299
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 344
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A breastfeeding mothers guide to diet and herbs, especially their impact on milk supply, a baby's digestion, colic, allergies, and overall development, as well as a mothers own health. Includes recipes and remedies, and also sections on herbal medicine, Ayurvedic merdicine and traditional Chinese medicine.



Dr Jack Newman s Guide To Breastfeeding Revised Edition

Dr  Jack Newman s Guide To Breastfeeding  Revised Edition Author Jack Newman
ISBN-10 9781443410045
Release 2014-06-03
Pages 400
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Breastfeeding is the natural and healthy way to nourish your baby, yet it’s not always easy. New mothers need practical information about getting off to a good start and solving breastfeeding challenges. Health professionals need this information too, because it is rarely taught in medical school. Dr. Jack Newman’s Guide to Breastfeeding covers the most common problems and questions that mothers encounter: How do I help my baby to get a good latch How can I know if my baby is getting enough milk How can I help him get more? Can I avoid sore nipples? Will my medication affect my baby? How do I fit breastfeeding into my life when I’m so busy? The answers are here. Dr. Jack Newman and Teresa Pitman are two of the foremost lactation experts in Canada and have helped tens of thousands of new mothers find solutions that work. In this comprehensive guide, they share the most current information about breastfeeding and provide new, effective strategies and solutions to make breastfeeding work for you.



Impact of Birthing Practices on Breastfeeding

Impact of Birthing Practices on Breastfeeding Author Linda J. Smith
ISBN-10 0763763748
Release 2010-09-15
Pages 246
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Impact of Birthing Practices on Breastfeeding, Second Edition examines the research and evidence connecting birth practices to breastfeeding outcomes. It takes an in-depth look at the post-birth experiences of the mother and baby, using the babys ability to breastfeed as the vehicle, the mothers lactation capacity as a factor, and the intact mother-baby dyad as the model to address birth practices that affect breastfeeding. The Second Edition has been completely revised to include new information on infant outcomes, including epidural anesthesia and Cesarean surgery, clinical strategies for helping the mother and baby recover from birth injuries, medications and complications, and information on the World Health Organizations Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative with its Mother-Friendly Childbirth Module.



Sweet Sleep

Sweet Sleep Author La Leche League International
ISBN-10 9780345549914
Release 2014-07-29
Pages 512
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Sweet Sleep is the first and most complete book on nights and naps for breastfeeding families. It’s mother-wisdom, reassurance, and a how-to guide for making sane and safe decisions on how and where your family sleeps, backed by the latest research. It’s 4 A.M. You’ve nursed your baby five times throughout the night. You’re beyond exhausted. But where can you breastfeed safely when you might fall asleep? You’ve heard that your bed is dangerous for babies. Or is it? Is there a way to reduce the risk? Does life really have to be this hard? No, it doesn’t. Sweet Sleep is within reach. This invaluable resource will help you • sleep better tonight in under ten minutes with the Quick Start guide—and sleep safer every night with the Safe Sleep Seven checklist • sort out the facts and fictions of bedsharing and SIDS • learn about normal sleep at every age and stage, from newborn to new parent • direct your baby toward longer sleep when he’s ready • tailor your approach to your baby’s temperament • uncover the hidden costs of sleep training and “cry it out” techniques • navigate naps at home and daycare • handle concerns from family, friends, and physicians • enjoy stories and tips from mothers like you • make the soundest sleep decisions for your family and your life Advance praise for Sweet Sleep “Chock-full of advice and information . . . The editors smartly break the information into digestible bits organized by topics and age ranges. And for any parent desperate for an uninterrupted few hours of sleep, the advice is worth the read. Sweet Sleep includes extensive information on creating a safe sleep space, helping children learn to sleep on their own and defusing criticism of your family’s choices. . . . This book is nothing but supportive of whatever your choices are about nursing and sleeping.”—BookPage “An essential guide for parents . . . detailed, practical advice on bed sharing and breast-feeding, with basic guidelines for safe bed sharing outlined in seven steps.”—Publishers Weekly From the Trade Paperback edition.