Breastfeeding may look easy in the eye, but it’s not always in real life, especially for new moms. After giving birth, breast milk doesn’t come out immediately. The production of breast milk doesn’t happen right away. Sometimes it takes two to three days before the breast milk develops, sometimes a week, and sometimes for lucky moms, breast milk production comes in right after giving birth. If breast milk production is a problem, you might want to read on some breast feeding tips.
In order to breastfeed your baby, you must need to have adequate supply of breast milk. How would you able to start producing milk? In my case, after giving birth and meeting my baby, I let her latch on my breast. According to my doctor, this is the natural way to stimulate milk production. This always works when done properly. Some moms will produce milk on the first try while some moms would take several tries before succeeding.
Some problems that the baby and moms would encounter are introverted nipple and small nipple for the baby to latch. The baby will have a hard time latching under these conditions. If you experience this, don’t give up easily because continuous latching can also treat this condition as the baby will get used to it and eventually nipples will develop as well.
Seeking the help of a lactation consultant can also help you produce enormous amount of breast milk to give your baby. Massage therapy also works wonder on your breast milk supply. Taking Natalac can also boost your breast milk supply. In other countries, they find drinking boiled moringa leaves, or eating foods with moringa leaves very effective in producing good quality breast milk.
It is always best to choose breastfeeding vs formula milk feeding. The benefits of breast milk to a baby are exceptional and beyond compare. It does not only promote good health for your baby but a good relationship between the baby and the mother can also be developed. For more breast feeding tips, you can visit parenting websites like Babycenter.com, Parenting.com, and other related sites.