Breastfeeding: Specific Situations

27-28 weeks pregnant, Baby/parents, Childbirth, Prenatal
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Are you breastfeeding and it’s painful? Are you worried you can’t produce enough milk? Along with Dr. Julie Choquette, Marie presents four specific situations that may occur during breastfeeding – nipple pain, milk production, breastfeeding a premature baby and breastfeeding twins.

Go to the video about nipple shields, which can help you when having breastfeeding issues.

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Breastfeeding: Specific Situations

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