Why Do I Need to See a Lactation Consultant?
Yoga Janda - Bringing Baby Home Postpartum Care
by Liza Janda
1y ago
Breastfeeding is a wonderful way to bond with your child, but for some new moms, it can also be a highly stressful experience. There are many factors that can affect your ability to breastfeed. If you’re finding that you have struggles breastfeeding your baby or any other related issues, it may be time to see a lactation consultant or a lactation counselor, contact WIC through the Department of Agriculture, or attend a free breastfeeding support group. A lactation consultant, IBCLC (International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant), is a board-certified specialist in infant nutrition and br ..read more
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Sun-Safe Babies – How/When to Use Sun Protection for Your LO
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by Liza Janda
1y ago
Sun-Safe Babies Now that spring has sprung and all that rain is just a memory, it’s time to get outside in the beautiful sunshine.  That Vitamin D is so good for you, but it comes with the dangers of the sun.  So you probably have questions about the sun and sunscreen and babies and children: Is it safe to bring my newborn into the sun?   Is it safe to use sunscreen on my baby?   What kind of sunscreen is safe for my child?  What kind of sunscreen is safe for the environment? THE BEST WAY TO PROTECT MY BABY FROM THE SUN First, if you have a baby, the best w ..read more
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9 Foods That Can Increase Your Milk Supply
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by Liza Janda
4y ago
Many new moms have real challenges producing enough milk to feed their new babies.  There are a variety of factors that can affect a woman’s ability to produce enough breastmilk to feed her baby: Infertility issues can also lead to being unable to make plenty of breastmilk.  Breast reduction surgery and breast augmentation surgery can also have a negative effect on milk production.  If your breasts did not change size during your pregnancy, this can be an indication that you may have difficulty producing breast milk.  Hormonal imbalances, Insufficient glandular tissue The ..read more
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Perifit Review – Not a Common Topic of Conversation
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by Liza Janda
4y ago
Things We don’t Talk About! It’s not exactly a common topic of conversation, but I can guarantee you know at least 2-3 people who are suffering from pelvic floor issues after childbirth and even for years, decades after giving birth.  I’ll bet there’s even a private Facebook support group for people with pelvic floor issues.  Wait let me check!  Yep!  There are a few. Incontinence, Core Strength, and the Bedroom Now there are different degrees of problems after giving birth.  Some women have problems with incontinence.  Not only is their pelvic floor weak but that affects the entire core stren ..read more
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Back to Work After Baby – 11 Tips to Pump Like a Pro!
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by Liza Janda
5y ago
 CLICK THIS AFFILIATE LINK FOR THE ULTIMATE BACK TO WORK PUMPING CLASS Having a brand new baby is hard enough.  Women returning to work now have to juggle working two jobs. Most men don’t have these challenges after a baby is added to the family. When switching from on-demand breastfeeding to pumping and returning to work, there are some strategies mothers can use to help both with the transition. But going back to work and continuing to breastfeed can be overwhelming.  This class from Milkology® is a great start for any new mom, returning to work, who wants to continue to breastfeed. STRESS ..read more
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Risks of NOT Breastfeeding – What You Need to Know
Yoga Janda - Bringing Baby Home Postpartum Care
by Liza Janda
5y ago
People always talk about the benefits of breastfeeding. No one even thinks about the risks of NOT breastfeeding. Are there really risks of Not breastfeeding? Absolutely, YES! There are many risks of not breastfeeding for the baby, the mother, the father, society, and the environment. In this post we will be dealing with the risks to your baby of not breastfeeding. But I want to emphasize that the purpose of this post is to inform and to educate and not to make someone feel bad, especially for a decision that may have been out of their control. The best decisions are made when we have all of th ..read more
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