While most parents would agree that breast milk is better for your baby because of the natural benefits it offers, as your child gets older or your circumstances change (you …
“Breast is best, so give babies 6 months minimum of exclusive breastfeeding.” says UNICEF and WHO.” Sounds simple and pretty straight forward, right?
Not really, for some mothers breastfeeding is hard, not in the sense that they don’t feel like doing it, but hard as in, they have low milk supply, have undergone a mastectomy, have sore nipples or have mastitis.
So if you love breastfeeding, (read our guide on how to increase your milk supply) then that’s great. But if you can’t for one or more reasons, we understand both your decision and pred