How does breastfeeding affect your pelvic health?
During my pregnancy, I knew I wanted to breastfeed my son. I read the books and bought the supplies. I had the breastfeeding pillows and salves and shirts. I had the pump and the rocking chair and ice packs. I was ready for sore nipples and sleepless nights. I was not, however, prepared for the back pain.
Tips to keep your breastmilk supply up when returning to work and how I wean my baby once I stop nursing
Looking for an empowering and low-key alternative to traditional pumping? Try hand expression of breast milk! PT Melissa Stendahl the science and history behind hand expression.
Jen Torborg, pelvic floor physical therapist, opens up about her breastfeeding journey and why tubular breast deformity led her to formula feed.
We often don’t see the struggle behind the scenes with breastfeeding or pumping, and one of my biggest challenges was plugged milk ducts I had more than 20 plugged ducts. Here are some tips (my top tip being sunflower lecithin supplements) that worked for me!
My must reads for pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, and your relationship after babies.
My favorite bras for pumping and nursing with some accessories, too