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The Anatomy of Breastfeeding

As soon as you give birth your body starts making prolactin.  Prolactin is what tells your body to fill the breasts each time you feed your baby.  With each breastfeed, the prolactin levels increase, but levels drop if breastfeeding is not frequent enough.  It is important to keep high prolactin levels to keep your supply up.  This is why cluster feeding is so important.  When babies reach growth spurts they cluster feed to increase your supply to meet their needs.  It is SO important to start breastfeeding as soon as possible to make sure you initiate your prolactin levels and start to increase them as your baby grows.

The Many Colors Of Breast Milk

Breast milk can take on a number of colors.  We walk through the most common colors, causes and when to reach out to your doctor.

Breastfeeding After Breast Augmentation

Breast augmentation is always an interesting topic when I'm talking to pregnant moms.  Many moms to be have had some sort of augmentation and are leery of whether they can breastfeed or not.  I'm here to tell you that it totally depends, so let's go through the things you need to know.

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