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The Complete Guide for New Mothers on Lactation Bakes

Guide

The Complete Guide for New Mothers on Lactation Bakes

Pregnancy is hardly ever a smooth process, considering how all of your decisions impact both you and your child. From deciding what to eat, what to buy and how to manage your life – you always need to factor in what is best for your child as well. Therefore, as you encounter pre-natal and post-natal problems, you still need to search for reasonable solutions.

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COVID-19 and its effect on Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

COVID-19

COVID-19 and its effect on Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

COVID-19 is a new disease that attacks and affects the lungs and breathing. A new coronavirus is the cause of this illness. The symptoms of COVID-19 include cough, fever, shortness of breath, headache, and loss of sense of taste and smell.

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All you need to know about Exclusive Pumping and more

Tips

All you need to know about Exclusive Pumping and more

For a caring mother, one of the worst things that can happen is not to be able to breastfeed her baby.  Yes, it can be excruciating for a woman to deal with this fact. But it’s ok not to want or be able to breastfeed.

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20 Common Breastfeeding Problems and Solutions

Problems

20 Common Breastfeeding Problems and Solutions

Despite months of research and reading every parental guide there is, nothing can prepare for the moment when your baby begins to refuse your breastmilk. Naturally, you will feel anxious and doubtful of everything you had learned pre-parenthood.

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A New Mom’s Guide to Breastfeeding

Guide

A New Mom’s Guide to Breastfeeding

New moms want to make sure that their babies are getting the nutrients they need to grow and develop. In the first six months, breast milk has all the essential nutrients covered. As a nursing mom, you do not have to worry about your newborn baby, not getting enough nutrition at least until baby starts on solids.

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