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Breastfeeding - Baby 28 Hours Old Assisted Latching
Shows latching on. Not perfect, but good enough. The mother had no pain. It did take two tries to get the baby to latch on, but thats okay; theres no point in trying to force a baby who does not take the breast to stay on the breast. It wont work.
Note the baby has an asymmetric latch, with the chin touching the breast, the nose not touching the breast, and he covers more of the areola with his lower lip than the upper.
Compressions help the baby get more milk.
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A resource for:
All expectant and new mums, whether its your first baby or your 10th!
Partners, families, whanau, aiga and other supporters who play a role in supporting and encouraging mums to breastfeed.
Maternity carers and other health professionals and support groups who have a role in supporting and encouraging mums to breastfeed.
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The first breastfeeds
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This video offers a helping hand to first-time mums with learning how-to breastfeed, by going through some hints and tips to help your baby effectively latch on.
Lift Up Breastfeeding Technique
How to breastfeed confidently and discreetly in public by MilkChic.co.uk - the breastfeeding fashion website. This requires a top which can be lifted to above the breast. It is incredibly discreet - no danger of showing any flesh, but does limit you to tops and skirts or trousers.
Your clothing acts as a cover for the baby, so it's good for infants who are easily distressed or distracted. It's not so good for children who like to see you or who don't like their heads covered. Feeding small babies this way exposes more tummy than other techniques but a low slung vest top or belly band is a great cover up without adding bulk.
* Tops loose at the waist and under bust
* Smock styling
* Empire lines with stretch at bust for access
This video is brought to you by www.MilkChic.co.uk - the shopping directory for nursing mums.
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Breastfeeding Clutch Hold
by: F. Lea Serkes
I'm posting this series of three clips from an old video I have that I think is from the '80s (based on the extraordinary hair). Nevertheless I found them quite useful. (It's not like the technology is changing, right?) This one explains the clutch hold and latch-on.
And because so many people (likely not breastfeeding mothers themselves) seem to think that there is no need for breastfeeding information:
"Breastfeeding is a learned skill for both mother and baby. Breastfeeding is the Gold Standard for infant feeding; the preferred infant feeding choice.
Many new mothers have grown up seeing babies fed with bottles. Many new mothers have never seen a woman breastfeed her child.
Today, birth and the first few days of motherhood rarely occur in the company of loved ones who are skilled in the art of breastfeeding.
Many new mothers have done little preparation for breastfeeding.
The majority of new babies born in the US and their mothers are affected by medications and long hours of irregular, pitocin-induced labor.
At least a third of new babies born in the US are delivered by C-section or with instrumentation.
This makes for bruised heads, extra energy used for organizaton and adjustment to the extrauterine environment, and tummies full of amniotic fluid. These things complicate a baby's first feedings.
Most new mothers who birth and recover in a US hospital are in an environment and participating in a process that actively encourages them to give up control and turn themselves over into the hands of the
Every aspect of labor, delivery, and postpartum is accompanied by guidance or
restrictions, and is led by a healthcare specialist.
Many new mothers have few or no sources of informal support or information for breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding is a learned process.
For all these reasons, many new mothers require active, intensive professional support with breastfeeding. "
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