So often I hear mums say, “My baby wants to breastfeed all evening – I’m worried about my milk supply.”
There's a lot of conflicting advice about when to stop night time breastfeeds. Pinky McKay explains why extending these nocturnal feeds is a good idea - for both mum and baby.
Most women want to breastfeed, but many struggle to start and to continue. Here are five ways to (hopefully) help make it easier.
Research has found that waiting at least 12 hours after delivery for bub's first bath may help mums to breastfeed.
It's an interesting link.
While NSW welcomed its first state-wide human milk bank last week, parents unable to access the service worked to ensure all babies have access to breast milk.
It's a struggle for many women, but help is at hand.
She had the audacity to feed in public!
Apparently I own a set of silver boobs.
A new study has found that traces of cannabis remain in mothers' breast milk for almost a week.
The baby had been brought to hospital by social workers.
I've stopped looking away.
It was a relief that my first public breastfeeding experience wasn't like all those horror stories.