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Are you nearing the end of your pregnancy and feeling anxious about how to induce labor and birth? No need to worry! Labor Nurse Mama is here to guide you through every step of the process with her unique Miles Circuit. Let me show you how to safely and effectively induce labor with a comprehensive approach to inducing labor and birth!
Silverettes are small, silver nursing cups that are designed to soothe and protect your nipples while you breastfeed. Made of pure 925 silver, they offer powerful anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antibacterial, and antimicrobial properties that help to alleviate pain and prevent infections.
Are you planning on breastfeeding? You still need some essential items to help you, such as: 🤱🏻 Good nursing bras to 🤱🏼 Nipple cream or balm 🤱🏽 Nursing pads- either disposable or reusable ones 🤱🏾 A good chair 🤱🏿 A nursing pillow. 🤱🏻 A nursing cover 🤱🏼 A breast pump and pumping parts 🤱🏽 A water bottle 🤱🏾 Healthy meals. You need to eat. 🤱🏻 A pro tip is to have a basket or caddy near your favorite place to breastfeed filled with necessities
We see you. Today’s episode is a weighty topic. Emily Pardy of Ready Nest Counseling, here in Nashville, joined me to discuss perinatal mental health. This is a topic that I am passionate about, but it also hits home HARD. Many of my students and members know that I have dealt personally with sexual trauma, and it has affected my work as a labor nurse. This chat guides survivors of trauma through their pregnancy and postpartum period with an eye toward caring for their emotional well-being.
The average flange sizes that come with breast pumps are typically 24 and 27 millimeters, but for most breastfeeding moms, these sizes are not ideal. Here are some reasons why it's important to get the proper flange sizing for breastfeeding: -No pain or constriction on nipples -Can pump out more breastmilk -Stimulates breasts effectively -Avoids clogged milk ducts -Blood supply circulation is intact Have you measured your nipples for the proper flange fit? What size flange do you use?
The first hour after birth is incredibly important for both your baby and you as a mother. t's a time for baby to regulate their temperature, stabilize their blood sugar, and the skin to skin contact helps you start producing hormones that help you breastfeed. Take the time to gaze into your baby's eyes, and know that this is the beginning of a beautiful journey. Are you adding the golden hour to your birth plan? If you already gave birth, did you get to experience the golden hour?