Category Archives: Sore Nipple Management

Homeopathic Treatment of Plugged Ducts and Mastitis by Dr. Melinda Fischer

Plugged ducts and mastitis are never fun, for any breastfeeding mother, especially if this is a chronic problem. Constantly having to rely on medications and antibiotics can be hard on your body,¬†and the baby’s body as well. Here is a … Continue reading

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When Baby Bites While Breastfeeding

Your sitting enjoying your 7 month old baby when out of nowhere, he clamps down, biting your nipple. You impulsively let out a high pitch shriek due to the sharp pain, which of course startles the baby, and both of … Continue reading

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Sore Nipple Management for the Breastfeeding Mother

Sore nipples associated with breastfeeding, is with out a doubt the most common reason women quit breastfeeding. Their are so many nerve endings in our nipples, that when they become red, cracked, or heaven forbid begin bleeding, it can result … Continue reading

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How to Latch Your Baby to the Breast in 7 Simple Steps

The most common reason new mothers quit breastfeeding is because of sore nipples, often as a result from a bad latch. I will never forget sitting with my second daughter about 8 years ago,who was just two days old, sobbing … Continue reading

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Suck Training: A Tool For The Breastfed Baby

One of the most common reasons I see new mothers and their babies in the first few days after birth is because a baby simply will not latch onto the breast. Mom will state, that after several minutes and multiple … Continue reading

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