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"Getting baby to latch on may not feel natural," Nagin says.
Take a warm shower, sink into a chair, and remember to breathe as you help your squirmy baby latch on.
If you need medication (for anything from a cold to a chronic condition), check with your doctor.
The first time you hold your newborn in the delivery room is a great time to start breastfeeding.
At the beginning, your body will produce small amounts of a special milk called colostrum that will help protect your baby from infection.
If baby has a good night's sleep and you wake up full of milk, you may as well bottle it for future use! Fill a bottle, and Dad can do that midnight feed, or you can have a baby-free date. Finally, there are working moms who take two or three short breaks during the workday to pump breast milk, which they bring home and put in the fridge or freezer.
If you'd like to do this, discuss your intentions with your boss or consult another mom at the company who has done it, to make sure you'll have space and privacy.
Sears says that breastfeeding releases "mothering hormones" like prolactin, which helps keep the baby blues at bay, and oxytocin, which helps the uterus contract. "Consider a breastfeeding class while you're pregnant," says Melissa Kotlen Nagin, a lactation consultant in Larchmont, New York.
But also be prepared to seek help once baby arrives.
"If weaning results in a happy mom, that's best for baby," Dr.
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Most meds -- but not all -- are fine in breast milk. Have it at least two hours before a feeding so the alcohol can leave your system. No futzing around at an ungodly hour to whip up a bottle. Many moms just roll over (especially if their baby is in a co-sleeper) and nurse in a soporific state. And once the two of you find a groove, nursing in a carrier can be particularly handy, as I've found, while you chase a big sibling around the playground. If you need a short break, see the next slide."For me it was the most pragmatic choice," says Ann Sargent, of Washington, DC.