Breast-Feeding - Feeding and Diapering Habits
Prenatal visitsAt your prenatal visits, talk to your doctor about your plans to breast - feed. Make sure he or she is knowledgeable and is able to guide you through the planning and initiation process. Ask for recommendations on books, classes, or support groups. You may also be referred to a lactation consultant.A breast exam is a routine part of all first prenatal visits. Breast lumps and cysts
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) - Topic Overview
What is sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)?Sometimes a baby who seems healthy dies during sleep. This is called sudden infant death syndrome or SIDS. SIDS is also known as crib death. In most cases, a parent or caregiver puts the baby down to sleep and returns later to find the baby has died. It’s no one’s fault. SIDS can happen even when you do everything right. Although SIDS is rare, it is
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) - Frequently Asked Questions
Learning about sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS): What is SIDS? Who is affected by SIDS? When SIDS occurs: How do I cope with my grief after the loss of a baby to SIDS? What kind of investigation is done when a baby may have died of SIDS? Preventing SIDS: What's the safest sleeping position for my baby? How can I make my baby's crib as safe as possible? Is it safe for me and my baby to sleep in ...
Breast-Feeding - Your Health and Nutrition
A healthy lifestyle-including having a balanced diet,getting plenty of rest,and being active-is important while you breast-feed. It can help you have more energy and reduce stress. It can also help you build a healthy milk supply. It's also important to know what to avoid. Anything you put in your body can be passed to your baby in breast milk. Have a healthy diet Have a balanced diet so ...
Breast-Feeding - Pumping and Storing
During pregnancyPrenatal visits are a good time to talk to your doctor about your breast - feeding plans. Ask about breast - feeding classes and other resources, such as a breast - feeding support group.If you develop any unusual lumps or cysts in your breast, have them evaluated by your doctor. Although you can expect some breast changes (such as increased size and tenderness) during pregnancy, t
Breast-Feeding - Planning to Breast-Feed
With proper planning,preparation,and support,most women are able to breast-feed successfully. At your prenatal visits,talk to your doctor or midwife about your plans to breast-feed. He or she can help guide you through the planning and get you started after the baby is born. You may also be referred to a lactation consultant. For more information,see: Breast-Feeding: Planning Ahead. ...
Breast-Feeding - Common Problems
You may sometimes doubt your ability to successfully breast-feed. It's common to have questions and struggles sometimes. You may notice that your baby is having problems. Or you may have problems during feeding or problems with your breasts. Remember,most breast-feeding issues are easily resolved when you know what to expect and have support from others,including your doctor,midwife,or ...
Health and Safety,Birth to 2 Years - Safety Measures Around the Home
From birth to age 2, children depend on parents and caregivers for their safety. Safety issues change and increase rapidly in number as newborns grow into toddlers. It is important to consider your child's physical and mental development when evaluating current and future hazards. Although close supervision is important, it is not realistic to think that you can watch your child's every move. In .
Breast-Feeding - How to Breast-Feed
You may sometimes doubt your ability to successfully breast - feed. It is common to have questions and occasional struggles. Remember, most breast - feeding issues are easily resolved when you know what to expect and have support from others.Getting started and keeping it upYou may be unsure about how to begin breast - feeding. A lactation consultant is available at many hospitals and birthing cen
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) - Health Tools
Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health. Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Grief: Coping with grief ...