Help for Moms Who Are Unable to Produce Breast Milk

By Stephanie Jackson
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Breastfeeding provides babies with optimal immune protection and everything they need to grow and develop in the early weeks and months of their lives. Unfortunately, some mothers are unable to provide milk and their babies are unable to receive the benefits only mother’s milk provides.

Four Steps to Breastfeeding Success

By Dr Jed VanDenBerghe
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In recent years, I’ve been impressed by many of the new mothers who express a desire to breastfeed. Most are successful, but unfortunately, many struggle and decide not to breastfeed despite the well-known benefits associated with nursing. I believe that if doctors, nurses, and new mothers work together in four critical areas, there will be an increased likelihood for breastfeeding success.​​