Using a breast pump is a personal choice.
Lactose overload happens when the milk is not digested properly.
It is very rare that mothers have to deal with less breastmilk production. Nevertheless, there are always ways to deal with it.
For the first few weeks, infants need to breastfeed eight to 12 times per day. That is once every two to three hours, day and night.
New mothers might worry about breast engorgement but there is nothing to worry about much.
A cleft occurs because the tissues of the baby’s face and mouth don’t fuse (link) properly.
Colostrum has multiple benefits for a baby's health and should be the first food give to a baby after birth.
For starters, most mothers find it difficult to stick to one position for breastfeeding. But with time, it gets better.
Mastitis is an inflammation of the breast due to ineffective draining of milk.