Breast feeding isn’t supposed to hurt, but that doesn’t mean it can’t. If you are experiencing pain while nursing, it may be attributable to one of these (totally fixable) reasons.
-Hi, I'm Jessica Hartshorn from American Baby Magazine and I'm gonna talk about how you can store and use your breast milk safely. Breast milk can be stored in the refrigerator or in the freezer. You wanna use a closed top bottle or a breast milk storage bag that's made for this purpose. You can
Sneezing? Take a decongestant. Headache? Pop a pain reliever. Ear infection? Maybe an antibiotic is in order. But when a woman is nursing, the should-I-medicate questions are tougher. Watch this before reaching for the medicine cabinet.
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Hi. I'm Kimberly Durden. I'm a board-certified Lactation Consultant and I've been helping moms breastfeed for more than 20 years. One of the most common concerns that breastfeeding moms have is, who do I breastfeed when I go out in public? Also, moms are concerned, is it legal to breastfeed in