Answers to Common Breastfeeding Questions

In celebration of World Breastfeeding Week, we’ve kicked off an exciting, month-long focus on breastfeeding! Of course, we’re huge proponents of breastfeeding and have written many posts on its benefits for mom and baby, but we also recognize that many moms struggle with breastfeeding. So, this month, we’ll be both celebrating breastfeeding and supporting nursing moms with events and resources to help moms on this very special journey.

We’re bringing experts together to answer your questions on Facebook on Tuesday, August 19th PST 7-8 pm PST and on Twitter on Tuesday, August 26th, 7-8pm PST and we’ve got a fabulous Instagram giveaway lined up on August 19th too!
Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked breastfeeding questions:

 

Corky Harvey, MS, RN, IBCLC on How to Know if Baby is Getting Enough:

Wendy Haldeman, MN, RN, IBCLC on When to Start Pumping:

Wendy Haldeman, MN, RN, IBCLC on Sore Nipples:

If you have a any breastfeeding questions you’d like us to answer this month, please leave a comment below! And many thanks to the wonderful experts from The Pump Station and Nurtury for their advice!

This post was written by Karie Reynolds of Reynolds Communications.

DISCLAIMER:  This guest post was edited by Team PAM.  The opinions expressed do not reflect the opinions of PAM or any employee thereof. PAM is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information suppplied.  Always consult with your medical provider regarding any personal health questions or decisions (including nutrition, diet, and exercise).

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