BUNDLE FEEDING DOUBLE PACK - PRESALE END OF JULY

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BUNDLE FEEDING DOUBLE PACK - PRESALE END OF JULY

BUNDLE FEEDING DOUBLE PACK - PRESALE END OF JULY

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This mum pack is the perfect gift for $360!

Check out all the features with the below link

Breast Pump - https://themidwifemumma.com.au/products/copy-of-presale-tmm-double-hands-free-breast-pump-arriving-end-of-dec

Portable bottle warmer - https://themidwifemumma.com.au/products/milky-time-bottle-warmer

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Need Help? We are here for you.

If you cannot find your question in the FAQ please email

hello@themidwifemumma.com.au

Sizing – Let’s size you up for the best flange size

1. Stimulate your nipple to get a full size

2. Place your nipple into the hole you can comfortably fit

3. If your nipple is rubbing the duct side, try a bigger size

4. Measurement based on the sizing chart above

FAQS

1. What is a wearable breast pump?

2. How does a wearable breast pump work?

3. How do I use a wearable breast pump?

4. Is it discreet to use in public?

5. Can I use a wearable breast pump while lying down?

6. How do I clean my wearable breast pump?

7. How often should I clean the pump?

8. How long does the battery last?

9. How do I charge the wearable breast pump?

10. Is the wearable breast pump one-size-fits-all?

11. Can I use my regular nursing bra with the pump?

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12. How much milk can a wearable breast pump hold?

13. Can it replace my regular electric pump?

14. Is it safe to use a wearable breast pump?

15. What if the pump causes discomfort?

16. What should I do if the pump isn’t working?

7. Why is the suction weak?

Knowledge is key

It is a personal decision whether you decide to bottle feed or breastfeed and although breastfeeding can be challenging, it has many benefits for your baby which is why a lot of mothers try to breastfeed when they can.

Breastfeeding is incredibly nutritious. Your foremilk, which is milk produced at the beginning of a feed, is low in fat and high in carbohydrates that help quench your baby’s thirst. After that comes the hind milk, a thicker and creamier milk that keeps your baby satisfied. The milk from your breasts contains salts, sugars, vitamins, fats, amino acids, and water – everything your baby needs to stay healthy.

The colostrum your body produces initially is high in antibodies, which help guard your baby against infections and strengthen their immune system.

Your body has developed breastmilk designed for your baby, so it is easier for them to digest, and they are less likely to have diarrhea or an upset stomach.

Top 10 tips for successful breastfeeding:

1. Start Early - initiate breastfeeding within the first hour after birth. This helps establish the milk supply and promotes bonding.

2. Get Comfortable - Find a comfortable position. Use pillows for support and ensure both you and your baby are comfortable. Common positions include the cradle hold, cross-cradle hold, football hold, and side-lying position.

3. Ensure a Good Latch - Proper latch technique is crucial. Your baby should take a good portion of the areola into their mouth, not just the nipple. This prevents pain and ensures efficient milk transfer.

4. Feed on Demand - Respond to your baby’s hunger cues. Feed your baby whenever they show signs of hunger, such as rooting, sucking on hands, or becoming fussy. Frequent feeding helps establish a good milk supply.

5. Stay Hydrated and Eat Well - Maintain a healthy diet and drink plenty of fluids. Breastfeeding can be demanding on your body, so staying hydrated and nourished is essential for maintaining your milk supply.

6. Avoid Supplementing Early On - Limit the use of formula and bottles in the early weeks. Introducing bottles and formula too soon can interfere with establishing a good milk supply and breastfeeding routine.

7. Take Care of Your Nipples - Keep your nipples healthy. Use nipple creams or breast milk to soothe sore nipples, and ensure your baby is latching properly to avoid nipple pain and damage.

8. Learn Breast Massage and Compression - Use breast massage and compression techniques. These can help stimulate milk flow and ensure your baby gets enough milk, especially if they are having trouble sucking effectively.

9. Rest and Take Care of Yourself - Prioritise rest and self-care. Breastfeeding can be tiring, so make sure you get enough rest and ask for help when needed to ensure you can continue to breastfeed effectively.

10. Seek Support and Education - Join a breastfeeding support group or consult a lactation consultant. Professional advice and support from other breastfeeding mothers can be invaluable, especially if you encounter difficulties.

Additional Tips:

  • Keep Baby Close: Skin-to-skin contact can help stimulate milk production and keep your baby interested in feeding.
  • Watch for Feeding Cues: Early hunger cues include licking lips, making sucking noises, and moving the head toward the breast.
  • Pumping: If you need to be away from your baby, learn to pump effectively to maintain your milk supply.
  • Stay Patient: Breastfeeding can take time to establish. Be patient with yourself and your baby as you both learn this new skill.
  • Use Breast Pads: To manage leakage and keep your clothes dry, especially in the early weeks when your milk supply is adjusting.

By following these tips, you can create a positive breastfeeding experience for both you and your baby.

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