Breastfeeding for Beginners

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Thorsons in collaboration with National Childbirth Trust Publishing, 2002 - Breastfeeding - 135 pages
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This title aims to provide support for new mothers at the often trying and painful time of breastfeeding a new baby, with practical advice supplemented with illustrations. Parents and qualified NCT breastfeeding counsellors give detailed practical advice with useful tips and case studies. The book covers all areas of the subject, from the early days - coping with soreness, positioning, colic, night feeds, premature babies or twins - to returning to work and expressing milk. As research shows that breast is definitely best where mothers are able to breastfeed, it is crucial that they are given the right advice and support. This book should make the experience a rewarding and painless one.

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Caroline Deacon is a psychologist, author, freelance journalist and health writer. She writes for a wide variety of magazines and websites and is a qualified tutor for the National Childbirth Trust.

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