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Six Helpful Hints for Effective Breastfeeding

Having trouble with breastfeeding? Nursing pillows, letting your baby feel your breast and several other tips from experts will make this bonding experience much smoother.

Getting in a Good Latch

While acheiving the proper latch can be a painful experience, it doesn’t have to be. Learn from a mom who knows how to get your baby to suckle correctly — the first time around.

Angela Burgin Logan: Pre-Eclampsia and My Breastfeeding Experience

As an expecting mom, Angela Burgin Logan dreamed of breastfeeding her baby. But when she nearly died from undiagnosed severe pre-eclampsia which led to heart, lung and kidney failure, her breastfeeding experience dramatically changed. Listen to Angela’s powerful story and learn more about pre-eclampsia at http://www.ladiesliveandlearn.com

Greg: London, UK

Greg discusses the sweet flavor of breast milk, his thoughts on nursing wear, and his wife’s discomfort — yet affirms that his wife’s breasts were more beautiful to him after breastfeeding because of the job they completed: feeding his child.

Joseph Allers: London, UK

Joseph dishes on breasts as sex tools versus vehicles for feeding babies — and has key advice for men supporting their wives through the breastfeeding process.

Lexy: Virginia Beach, VA

Lexy discusses the disappointment that mastitis brought into her life, why she didn’t breastfeed and how she feels now.  

Delmetria: McKinney, Texas

In a few words: “Breastfeeding was the most extraordinary experience of my life — all three times.” Her biggest challenge? Breastfeeding a newborn and two-year-old simultaneously.

Onica: Two Years of Breastfeeding and My West Indian Culture

In the West Indies, breastfeeding was a given, but in America it’s another matter.  Hear Onica’s surprises, disappointments and sheer delights of her two-year breastfeeding experience.

CDC Gives Key Stats on Breastfeeding in the U.S. from 1999 – 2006

The Center for Disease Control’s National Center for Health Statistics compares the rates of breastfeeding among different ethnic groups.

Support for First Generation Breastfeeders

For those who don’t have a mother or grandmother that breastfed, Mocha Manual CEO Kimberly Seals Allers has a few tips to get you started.