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Breast Pain - Mastitis Symptoms and Treatment
Causes, symptoms and treatment options for mastitis, a painful infection of the breast, somewhat common in nursing mothers. Includes a discussion of antibiotics and natural options.
Breast Pain - Plugged Ducts and Mastitis
Most breastfeeding mothers have to deal with the problem of plugged ducts at some point or another. This article covers the basics of plugged ducts and treatment, as well as warning signs of mastitis and when to seek help.
Breast Pain and Nipple Soreness from Thrush
Thrush is a fungal infection of the breast that can cause severe pain for a nursing mother. Here's some basic information on thrush, diagnosis and treatment.
Breastfeeding after Breast Reduction
Information, guidelines and resources for women interested in breastfeeding after breast reduction surgery.
Breastfeeding After Formula
Mothers feeding or supplementing formula in the early weeks or mothers can often return to breastfeeding, even breastfeeding exclusively.
Breastfeeding and Afterbirth Pain
Many women who plan to breastfeed are unprepared for the afterbirth pain that accompanies nursing in the first few days after birth.
Breastfeeding and Attachment Parenting
In May 2012, Time Magazine featured a cover photo of extended breastfeeding to represent a feature on attachment parenting. A discussion of how breastfeeding relates to attachment parenting.
Breastfeeding and Babywearing – Pouches and Slings
Slings and pouches are truly helpful for breastfeeding and baby care – especially with infants and newborns. Here's some information, tips and tricks for nursing with a sling or pouch.
Breastfeeding and Back Pain
Back pain is a common complaint of new nursing mothers. Most of the time, this is an avoidable problem. Back pain while breastfeeding generally comes from easily correctable posture problems.
Breastfeeding and Breast Cancer
Breastfeeding is associated with lower rates of breast cancer both for the mother as well as for the infant being breastfed. Explore the statistics and explanations for this phenomenon.
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