Double pumping: more milk in less time
Do you know that double decantation is much faster and more convenient than single decantation? Double pumping is probably the most effective way to provide your baby with breast milk…

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6 months: we introduce complementary foods
The first lure is either mashed vegetables or porridge. It is one-component, homogeneous and should be introduced gradually. The fact that we started giving baby food does not cancel breastfeeding.…

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Breastfeeding with pierced, flat or inverted nipples
The shape and size of the nipples in different women can vary greatly. Our practical tips will help you facilitate breastfeeding, no matter what your nipples are. In most women,…

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1 week: unconditioned reflexes

Physiology
The first week of a baby’s life is rich in skin surprises. On 2-4 days after birth, physiological jaundice of newborns may appear. This is an increase in the blood of indirect bilirubin. Physiological jaundice is a transient, self-passing (not requiring treatment) condition, which affects about 50% of full-term newborns and 80% of premature infants.

In addition, toxic erythema of newborns and infant acne may appear and disappear in the first week. Often this is a cause of concern for mothers and, as a result, a strict diet that does not cure any of these conditions. The first month, and especially the first week, is the time for the infant to adapt to new food. If in utero the baby was fed through the umbilical cord of the mother, then after birth it abruptly switches Continue reading

Sterilization of the breast pump

When you have no opportunity to breastfeed your baby, expressed breast milk will be the best food for him. To keep it safe, it is important to know how to properly clean and sterilize the details of the breast pump. With proper cleaning and sterilization of the breast pump, milk can be stored safely in the refrigerator for up to five days, and in the freezer for up to nine months. For more information, see our guidelines for storing, freezing and thawing breast milk.

Before expressing
All parts of the breast pump in contact with breast and milk,
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Benefits of Breastfeeding for a Baby

You may have heard that the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends breast-feeding a baby for at least six months. Why? Breastfeeding is one of the most effective ways to protect the health of the baby. If everyone practiced breastfeeding, we could save about 820,000 children’s lives per year.1 Agree, this is a very convincing argument.

Health Benefits of Breastfeeding
Breast milk not only nourishes the baby’s body, but also protects it. It contains many living ingredients, including stem cells, white blood cells and beneficial bacteria2, as well as other biological active Continue reading

Six Essential Breastfeeding Things to Take with You to the Maternity Hospital
List of things in the hospital So, you already folded up the tiny bodysuits, took soothing music, a toothbrush and toiletries, a discharge kit home ... did you put anything…

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Nipple care for nursing mothers
Breastfeeding is good for you and your baby, but it can be a real challenge for your nipples. Check out our tips and tricks to help reduce pain. Young mothers…

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Double pumping: more milk in less time
Do you know that double decantation is much faster and more convenient than single decantation? Double pumping is probably the most effective way to provide your baby with breast milk…

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What happens to breasts during pregnancy?
What happens to breasts during pregnancy? If you think that breasts grow only in youth, you are mistaken! The complex internal structures necessary for feeding the baby begin to form…

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