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enough milk during breastfeeding
Newborn babies often feed around 8-12 times a day. If the infant is feeding at least 6 times a day and stays healthy, understand that your baby is having enough breast milk. The baby will naturally stop sucking your breasts; consider this an indication that the child is full for a single feed. If the child is taking 8-12 feeds in a day and yet there is no weight gain (within 15 days) or your breasts feel harder even after the baby feeds, it is a sign that the child not feeding enough.

Understanding Breast Engorgement

New mothers might worry about breast engorgement but there is nothing to worry about much.

Breastfeeding Schedule

Worried about whether you are feeding the child enough? Look for the signs that your child gives.

Milk for babies - Mother's milk, Formula milk or Animal milk

It is important to breastfeed a child till 1 year. It is not advisable to give formula milk before the age of 1 year.

Breastfeeding a child with cleft lip/palate

A cleft occurs because the tissues of the baby’s face and mouth don’t fuse (link) properly.

Breastfeeding after a C-section

Breastfeeding after having a C-section delivery can be difficult due to the painful wound.

Low Breastmilk Supply

It is very rare that mothers have to deal with less breastmilk production. Nevertheless, there are always ways to deal with it.