Less Breastfeeding Stress For Moms

Sleeping when a baby is sleeping, trying naps and getting breaks, getting support of the baby's father or relatives and buying plastic cups and plates so as not to be stressed are some of the recommendations of Carey Acosta, Lactation Consultant with Homestead Hospital for moms. “don't be afraid to ask for help," she says. Nancy Martinez, Mother Baby Clinical Educator with Homestead Hospital adds there are many positions for breastfeeding. She considers the “C-section" is one of the best.

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