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    You need to wait 1 hour after birth to breastfeed.

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    You need to wait 1 hour after birth to breastfeed.

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    Breastfeeding after birth is like swimming after you've had lunch -- you don't need to wait.


    In fact, experts recommend that your babies be put right on your chest after delivery. Your babies may go straight for your breast, where you can help them latch on for your very first feeding and bonding session.

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    Breastfeeding after birth is like swimming after you've had lunch -- you don't need to wait.


    In fact, experts recommend that your babies be put right on your chest after delivery. Your babies may go straight for your breast, where you can help them latch on for your very first feeding and bonding session.

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