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Breastfeeding

The compatibility between ibuprofen and breastfeeding

After delivery, and depending on how it was, many women may have pain in the perineal area. These discomforts make many doctors recommend that the mother take ibuprofen to calm the discomfort, but it may be that these, especially those who have chosen to breastfeed, are opposed in case this medicine can affect your baby.
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Satisfactory night weaning for the mother and respectful of the baby

When the mother and the couple (because here the role of the father, as in the rest of parenting, is important) decide to start with night weaning, they usually have mixed feelings: on the one hand, they do not want to take away the night feedings from their baby that demand so much, and on the other hand, they want to leave behind night awakenings, or they have simply made the decision and want to continue with it.
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When breastfeeding is much more than food

In this information age, no one doubts that breastfeeding is the best food a newborn can receive. But, did you know that, in addition to food, breast milk provides much more? ? And it is that breastfeeding is much more than a food. Is that why among mothers it is not uncommon to hear the phrase "the tit is magic" while certain glances of complicity are exchanged.
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The father's role in breastfeeding

The figure and the role of the father have traditionally been aside from motherhood, and more specifically from breastfeeding. It is true that the mother is the only person who can breastfeed, however the father's role in breastfeeding is key for it to be successful, and, as the World Health Organization says, support Adequate family is very important for breastfeeding to succeed.
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Tricks for breastfeeding a baby in winter. Breastfeeding

My son was born in September and my daughter, after 5 years, was born in the same month, so I had to breastfeed in the months of December, January and February. Why am I telling you this? Well because, if the same thing has happened to you, you will see that it is not the same to breastfeed your baby in spring, when sunny days are visible, than to breastfeed your baby in winter with the polar cold. You may have already noticed, babies do not only need the breast when you are comfortably sitting on the sofa at home or in the heat of a cup of tea in a cafeteria.
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