The Importance of Family Support for Breastfeeding Success

Breastfeeding your infant is very important to the overall health and well-being of your new baby. However, it is not always easy. Both the baby and the mom need to

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breastfeeding moms

What Should You Eat While Breastfeeding?

Breastmilk naturally has the perfect ratios of fats, proteins, water, and carbohydrates for your baby, and is overflowing with vitamins, minerals, and healthy bacteria. So once you’ve decided to feed

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Breastfeeding: getting a good latch

Breastfeeding can be a beautiful journey for mothers and their babies. But if breastfeeding is causing discomfort and pain, a baby's latch could be the problem. Nipple pain that lingers

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nipple shield

To shield or not to shield?

A nipple shield is a thin piece of silicone that is placed over the mother’s nipple to assist with infant latch. The shield provides a pressure on the baby’s palate which

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Five elements of self-care for breastfeeding moms

With motherhood, there is a time of role transition. It is a profound experience, a wild ride, a journey filled with good days and bad days, easy days, and hard

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Tongue tie: what you need to know

Breastfeeding is supposed to be this beautiful, natural, easy thing. The baby comes out, roots, reaches the breast, latches on, sucks and feeds! Sounds easy, right?  Not so much!! Many

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Three reasons why a new mom needs a breastfeeding support group

At CPCMG, we know just how important it is to have continuous support in your breastfeeding journey – the questions don’t end when you get home from the hospital! In

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Five Tips to Get Breastfeeding
Off To the Right Start

Congratulations! You’ve made a great decision to support your and your baby’s health with breastfeeding. You may be wondering, what’s the best way to get started or transition to breastfeeding?

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Support: the key to breastfeeding success

I remember when I had my son; I wanted to breastfeed exclusively, and the postpartum time was overwhelming at times. I remember not having time to eat, not having time

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