How Much B-6 Can You Take to Dry Up Breast Milk?

Stopping your breast milk supply once itís been established can be an uncomfortable process. Your breasts will still become engorged as production tapers off, requiring you to express milk to reduce your risk of developing mastitis.

Meg Campbell
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Does Drinking One Glass of Wine While Breast Feeding Harm a Baby?

Drinking any alcohol while you are pregnant could seriously harm your baby, but drinking just one glass of wine while breastfeeding probably is safe for your newborn, according to La Leche League International.

Lily Medina
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The 15 Best Foods for Nursing Moms

Breastfeeding is one of the most nutritionally demanding times in a woman's life, particularly during the first three months of lactation, says Karlene Karst, a registered dietician, health specialist and author of "The Metabolic Syndrome Program."

Lynette Arceneaux
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A List of Skin Care Ingredients That Shouldn't Be Used While Breastfeeding

Although a woman may not have reactions to ingredients in skin-care products prior to being pregnant, she needs to consider all the potentially harmful ingredients in the products during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.

Linda Ray
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How to Gain Weight While Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is a nutritionally demanding period of a womanís life. While you breastfeed, your body requires enough nutrients to support your needs as well as your babyís needs.

Lisa Rainer
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When a Child Is Vomiting Is It OK to Give Them Milk?

Vomiting due to a virus -- also known as gastroenteritis -- can be a common yet upsetting condition in children. When your child experiences a vomiting episode, your chief priority is to keep him hydrated while the virus runs its course.

Rachel Nall
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Home Remedies to Help Babies Stop Breast-Feeding

Breast-feeding has numerous proven health benefits for your baby, but in some cases you can't -- or don't want to -- continue breast-feeding.

Sharon Perkins
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How to Get Your Baby to Unlatch Without Hurting You

Breastfeeding may be natural, but it doesn't always come easily to new moms. Getting the baby to latch on properly and then to release the nipple when he's done prevents injury to the nipple. If breastfeeding causes pain, you may become fearful of nursing.

Sharon Perkins
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How Should You Carry Breast Milk in a Diaper Bag?

Breast milk is healthy for your baby and safe to carry in a diaper bag. Breast milk contains proteins, carbohydrates, fats and vitamins. It also contains living cells called leukocytes that help fight infection. These are not found in baby formula.

Sarka-Jonae Miller
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Breastfeeding & Extreme Fatigue

Breastfeeding is a healthy feeding decision that supplies your infant with the nutrients and antibodies he needs for his health, and to protect him from certain illnesses. The website Women's Health, a service of the U.S.

Sara Ipatenco
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Can Eating Too Much Sugar Affect Your Breast Milk?

It is well established that breastfeeding is the superior method of feeding an infant. Companies that make infant formula have attempted to imitate the composition of human breast milk, but no substitute exists.

Becky Bell, MS, RD
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What Is the Difference Between Breastfeeding & Pumping?

The American Pregnancy Association advocates feeding your baby breast milk instead of formula, if possible. Your breast milk gives your baby the essential nutrients he needs and is safely digestible.

Tina Pashley
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