The six most common breastfeeding problems and how to solve them

The six most common breastfeeding problems and how to fix them: a resource for moms with newborns. Check it out at gloriousmomblog.com. I’ve had three kids, and experienced breastfeeding in some capacity with all of them. The challenges can be quite disconcerting, so I wrote a guest post about it for Swaddles n Bottles. Hopefully some of my tips here can help you overcome your own breastfeeding hurdles. Topics include falling asleep at the breast, latching difficulties, nipple pain, engorgement, biting, and getting baby to burp. 

The six most common breastfeeding problems and how to fix them: a resource for moms with newborns. Check it out at gloriousmomblog.com. Here’s an excerpt of the post:

My last child began gnawing ferociously at my breast around ten months. I was very close to giving up on nursing at this point as not only was the pain excruciating, but it also was every single time, including the eight times he woke up every single night. 

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Breastfeeding problems and how to solve them: are you struggling with nursing your baby? You're not alone! Most moms do at some point. Let this mama who nursed three give you some advice at gloriousmomblog.com.

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  1. The problem with latching was what got me. My kid wouldnt latch (saw 3 lactation consultants, realized 3 yrs later it was due to my small nipple size). The nipple guard saved us!

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