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Clogged ducts are painful and can quickly lead to mastitis. If you are prone to recurrent plugged ducts, it’s a good idea to try to prevent them if possible. Here’s what you need to know about taking lecithin for recurrent plugged ducts – how it works, what kind to get (soy vs sunflower lecithin), and […]

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Worrying about the amount of breastmilk that you pump is really stressful! If you’re not pumping as much as you’d like, here are a few tricks that I’ve used to maximize pumping output and get the most milk possible out of a pumping session. Seven Ways to Maximize Pumping Output If you’re already spending time […]

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You can’t take a break from breastfeeding when you have damaged nipples, so getting relief is really important! Applying nipple cream can help you soothe the pain and heal more quickly. Here is information about how to use nipple cream, the different types (lanolin vs no lanolin), and a list of the best nipple creams […]

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There is a lot of conflicting information out there about what is safe when it comes to breastfeeding and alcohol – some experts say that if you’re sober enough to drive, you’re sober enough to breastfeed. Others say that breastfeeding mothers should avoid alcohol as much as possible. Here’s what you need to know about […]

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Finding a lump in your breast can be extremely nerve-wracking. If you find a moveable lump in your breast while breastfeeding, the lump may be a galactocele – a cyst in your breast that is filled with milk. Here is what you need to know about galactoceles. What is a galactocele? A galactocele is a […]

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When you’re not making enough milk for your baby, you want to increase breast milk production fast! There are tons of methods for boosting milk supply, but some of them take longer than others. Here are 9 things you can try to increase milk supply in one day. How Long Does It Take to Increase […]

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This post is sponsored by Sweetie Pie Organics. When I had a new baby, I was always STARVING and defaulted to eating junk a lot of the time. After all, who has time after pumping, bottle feeding, and getting your baby to sleep to sit down and make yourself something to eat? Having healthy, ready-to-go […]

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Other than a breast pump – which is obviously the most important thing that you need for pumping – there are lots of breast pumping accessories and products that can make your life much, much easier. Here are seven essential breastfeeding products for pumping. Before your baby is born, you might be wondering, “what do I […]

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When I had my first baby and the conversation would turn to breastfeeding (which it seemed to a lot), people would often talk about the benefits of breastfeeding for the baby and then add on cheerfully “and it’s free!” This drove me crazy. Here’s what I spent when I was exclusively pumping (hint: it was […]

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Exclusively pumping results tons of baby bottles to store, keep track of, and wash. Many moms use the “pitcher method” – storing breast milk in a pitcher – as a way to simplify their daily pumping and feeding routine. What Exactly is the Pitcher Method? Simply put, the pitcher method involves collecting all your pumped […]

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