As a first-time mama you probably don't know a lot about breastfeeding, what a good latch looks like, or the basics of milk production.
1. Learn the basics of breastfeeding:
First few days of breastfeeding your baby are getting colostrum, then between 3-5 days postpartum your real milk comes in.
2. Be aware of common breastfeeding problems in the first week
Often, new mamas make the mistake of assuming they have a low milk supply when it's not the case.
3. Understand the true signs of low milk supply
Some are must-haves and others are going to make your breastfeeding experience far more pleasant.
4. Get your breastfeeding essentials
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