Monthly Archives: July 2012

¿Por qué siento tanto sueño cuando amamanto?

Muchas madres luchan por mantenerse alertas mientras amamantan, especialmente durante la noche. Parte del cansancio asociado a la maternidad puede ser atribuido al sueño interrumpido; sin embargo, hay más en esto que falta de sueño. Aun cuando la madre no … Continue reading

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Returning to Work: The Breastfeeding Mother’s Guide

Returning to work after giving birth can be stressful for many mothers and their families. It is often hard to adjust to being both a mother and an employee, and you may have mixed feelings about leaving your baby.  Mothers … Continue reading

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Preparing for Your Return to Work: The Breastfeeding Mother’s Guide

When a family is expecting a baby, it’s a time full of wonder and happy expectation. For months, a mother feels fluttering and quickening, the soft movements of her baby. For many families, it is also a time for making … Continue reading

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Opiate Addiction: Commentary for Breastfeeding Supportive Care

Disclaimer: Native Mothering strongly opposes the use of drugs by breastfeeding mothers unless prescribed by a physician. Please consult your healthcare provider before taking any medications or drugs while pregnant or breastfeeding. This article is not meant to replace the advice of your … Continue reading

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