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What can make a well lactating mother to automatically stop lactating well and what is the remedy?
There are many possible factors mostly stress and anxiety especially if anything traumatic also happen which lead to production of hormones that oppose breast milk production.
My friend baby of 3 days old, she is not lactating and the baby is not tolerating formula. Please help with suggestions on how to...
Exclusive breastfeeding is recommended for the first six months of life. Please, encourage yourself to complete it as it has many benefits for the baby. Please, also note that breastmilk is produced based on demand. That is, the more your baby sucks, the more the breastmilk will flow.
My baby is 2 months and she only poo once in a week, like every 4 days. She is taking aptamil baby food with breast milk because m...
It is okay but yo can still switch to Exclusive Breastfeeding
Pls, what can I do to increase my supply? I noticed I don't lactate as much as I use to especially in the morning when I need to...And I plan on doing exclusively for him. Note I take lots of water during the day and even at night.
hello Mum, First of all, you have to calm down and be very patient. Your lactation depends on your state of mind and nutritional status.
Pls mothers and doctors in the house what can I take to lactate very well. My baby is not always satisfy with my breast milk until...
Watery pap,tiger but drink
I can't perform a Deep latchI've tried everything I know to get a deep latch for my baby. Because of this I've treated sore nipples 5times. Currently treating...
Sorry about your experience. Breastfeeding can be very stressful and tiring. I will advice you watch this video here for best position and practises. https://youtu.be/s1gmBVrwAs8?t=9
I had my baby yesterday and my breast milk is not coming out he his really crying please which formula can I give him cause I can�...
Dr. Dara Abiodun

Medical Doctor

Normally, After your baby is born, and you have delivered the placenta, the hormone prolactin is released in your brain. Prolactin signals your body to make plenty of milk for your new baby. You'll be able to tell when your milk is coming in because your breasts will start to feel full and heavy. But in some cases, breastmilk might not forthcoming. You may need to see a lactation expert. In the meantime, You might also try formula milk. Certain foods like pap might also help.