Breastfeeding problems: nursing isn’t one size fits all

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Posted By Infantino
March 24, 2016

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Moms don’t come in one size, shape, or style — and neither do their babies! So it shouldn’t be a surprise that there is no one-size-fits-all way to do breastfeeding.

A good latch starts by lifting baby to breast, and there are lots of different ways to do it. The infographic below highlights different nursing positions and their benefits.

In all of these positions, the first step is lifting your little one to nipple height. Leaning down to baby, instead of lifting baby up, can cause strain on your back, neck, and shoulders.

You and baby are a team, learning a new skill together. Experiment with different positions, and find what feels most natural and supportive to you!

Nursing isn't one size fits all

 

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