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Breasts, in all their glorious shapes and sizes, are designed to make milk to feed your baby. But at times, many mums can suffer from a low milk supply, or what they perceive as such. Of course, there’s every chance your milk supply is fine – for example, if your baby is gaining weight well, […]read more
Iron. It’s one of those nutrients that we don’t think about much – until we’re deficient in it, and when that happens, you know about it: your energy drops drastically, you may have headaches or lack concentration, people may comment on how ‘pale’ you look, and you might even experience dizzy spells. And that’s just […]read more
As a new mum, you may have heard the term ‘reflux’ or ‘gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD)’ bandied about at the hospital or your mother’s group. Regurgitating or bringing up a little milk after a feed (also known as posseting) is normal. But when it’s happening after every feed and becomes severe, reflux can be hard […]read more