Should you breast feed if you have a cold?

Answer Absolutely, you are giving your baby all your immunity, even if he/she catches your cold you will be helping him/her get over it. And if you have a cold, chances are any other adult who cares for y... Read More »

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How do I feed a baby cold breast milk?

Plan AheadPlan ahead by estimating when you will feed your baby to allow stored breast milk to warmed in time for feedings.ThawingRun the breast milk storage container (bottle or bag) under warm ta... Read More »

How many minutes should a baby feed on the breast?

According to, babies should nurse eight to 12 times in a 24-hour period for ten to 15 minutes on each breast. A mother should breastfeed her child whenever he acts hungry, even if it... Read More »

If you have breast implants and believe you are pregnant should you be concerned that you have no breast tenderness or soreness even though other pregnancy symptoms are present?

No cause for alarm It is unlikely that the lack of soreness is due to the implants, but even if that were the case, it is not cause for alarm. In fact, consider it a blessing. It could be that ex... Read More »

If you are not going to breast feed what are the steps you have to take?

I would strongly encourage you to at least offer your first breast milk - the colostrum - for the first few days because it is so rich in antibodies and good things for your baby. Answer Don't do ... Read More »