Breastfeeding

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Discover a transformative journey with the Maternal Gospel Breastfeeding Practical Guide. This comprehensive, easy-to-read, and illustrated guide is designed to lead you safely and knowledgeably through the intricacies of breastfeeding. Whether you’re navigating your first pregnancy or seeking better ways to manage maternal health, this guide provides clear and practical advice.

Equip yourself with the knowledge and confidence to make informed decisions and embrace the journey of motherhood with faith and assurance.

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Nourishing. Life-giving. Monumental to life. The breasts. Nature intended for the baby to feed at the mother’s breast. So says the Word of God, “That ye may suck, and be satisfied with the breasts of her consolations; that ye may milk out, and be delighted with the abundance of her glory” (Isaiah 66:11).

Breast milk is essential to the life and the well-being of a newborn. Every mother should want their newborn to have the best start in life.

Breastfeeding may be a natural process, but it doesn’t come naturally to every woman. It’s a learning experience which can turn into an adventure.

This practical guide will give you answers for the following questions:

  1. After birth, when does breast milk start flowing?
  2. Should I wake my baby to breastfeed?
  3. Should babies be fed on demand?
  4. What are the benefits of breastfeeding a baby?
  5. Should I feed my baby formula to supplement while breastfeeding?
  6. Should I give my baby a bottle while breastfeeding?
  7. What are the benefits of breastfeeding for mothers?
  8. What is the best breastfeeding position(s)?
  9. How do I get my baby to latch on to my breasts properly?
  10. How do I know if my baby is getting enough milk?
  11. How can I produce more milk?
  12. What foods and/or herbs help to increase milk supply?
  13. What things can cause milk supply to reduce?
  14. How do I breastfeed with inverted or flat nipples?
  15. What are my breasts painful when breastfeeding?
  16. Is burping baby necessary after every feeding?
  17. Should babies spit up after breastfeeding?
  18. Why does my baby cry often...does he have colic?

Individual Guide Dimensions: 5.5 (W) x 8.5 (H)

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