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There may be times when breastfeeding is challenging. Never ignore any issues you may have — talk to your health visitor, midwife, GP or breastfeeding specialist as soon as possible, they will be able to help you sort it out quickly. Generally, the more your baby feeds, the more breast milk you'll produce.


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Breastfeeding: an Introduction provides a basic outline of the key aspects of breastfeeding.

How breastmilk is made How your breasts make and give milk The onset of breastmilk production is triggered by delivery of the placenta which in a sudden drop in progesterone levels. One of these hormones prolactin acts on the milk-making tissue, building up the milk supply.

The other hormone oxytocin causes the breast to push out or release the milk already there. This release of milk is known as the let-down reflex sometimes called the milk ejection reflex.

Crying is a late of hunger. Breastfeed your baby often.

A well drained breast ensures more milk is made quickly. The breasts are never completely empty.

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Babies stop feeding when they have had enough, while at the same time, your breasts are already at work making more milk. Whatever your baby drinks is automatically replaced, producing a constant supply, perfectly matched to her need, whenever she needs it.

How often will baby need feeding? You may be surprised at how often your baby needs a feed. Babies feed often — it is common for a young baby to need 8—12 breastfeeds or more in a hour period.

Some of these feeds will be at night. Sometimes she may only need to suck for a few minutes, while at other times she may need to suck for longer.

Breastmilk changes throughout the feed Early in the feed, the milk has a lower fat content. As the feed goes on, the fat content of the milk rises which satisfies the baby's hunger. A baby who is allowed to finish the first breast, so that he feeds until he comes off by himself before being offered the second breast, receives the higher fat milk.

At times your baby may be satisfied with just one breast, at others he may also want the second side, or even a third. By switching which breast you feed from first, you will ensure each breast keeps making a good amount of milk. Breastfeeding: an introduction booklet Breastfeeding: an Introduction provides a basic outline of the key aspects of breastfeeding.

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