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Hello to all Mothers and Mothers-to-be, I found an article in the Inquirer about Natural Birth Planning and Hypnobirthing. Ms Locsin-Chan talks about her natural birthing experience and how her husband

was blown away by the ease of her birth, a skeptic no more! Below is an excerpt from the article and you can follow the link to read the whole article. It really shows how Natural Birth Planning can lead to amazing outcomes. While the thought of giving birth without the security of an epidural scared me to death, I later learned there is, in fact, no need for such drugs or anaesthetics. All the pain management we need is in our mind and, with a super supportive spouse, it makes for a formidable “pain-killer.” http://showbizandstyle.inquirer.net/lifestyle/lifestyle/view/20080915-160850/My-baby-was-born-through-hypnobirthing

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So long since I last wrote, so sorry out there! An update on me, I am continuing to work as a Lactation Consultant at a Brisbane Hospital and loving it! I am still practicing midwifery work at my local hospital to keep my hand in in the b

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Fantastic article that shows women of the choices they have when it comes to choosing how they would like to birth. It is not just choosing between natural birth and drugs it is what method fits your dream of the brith you want. Have a read of

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Sep 27

The best tip for birth is simpiler than you think! It is not relaxation, it is not drugs, it is not where you have your baby, it is the people you choose to have around you.

This has been proven time and time again, a women will have a posi

tive outcome to her birth if she feels supported. So ladies, find the right people, someone you can totally relax around, someone you don’t need to wear make up around and someone who will stand up for what your plan is.

It can be your partner, your sister, your mother, your friend, your brother, your dad, just find that person or group of people and tell them how you want it. Even if all the wheels fall off you will still have full support from the people you trust and in the end that is all that counts,

Good luck to all the women preparing for their birth…………keep yourself supported.

Aug 11

Hi All, I wanted to bring to your attention in World Breastfeeding Week that the Premier of QLD Ms Anna Bligh has implemented a new policy whereby breastfeeding mothers are entitled to a one hour paid lac

tation break. This can be taken over a period of smaller breaks if needed. A fridge is also needed to store expressed breast milk. Read the full article here. This is such an amazing step forward and I take my hat off to Anna Bligh for taking a stand. As times are changing more and more women are heading back to work to basically keep them above the poverty line. WIth increasing electricity costs, fuel costs and the cost of food increasing it is almost essential that a mother return to work. This does not mean an end to breastfeeding needs to take place, just work around it, this will give a new mother the feeling of great confidence and also support from her family and work place. Keep up the great work Ms Bligh and I look forward to more choice for women, espicially in the home birthing department. Font size Format Hi All, I wanted to bring to your attention in World Breastfeeding Week that the Premier of QLD Ms Anna Bligh has implemented a new policy whereby breastfeeding mothers are entitled to a one hour paid lactation break. This can be taken over a period of smaller breaks if needed. A fridge is also needed to store expressed breast milk. Read the full article here. This is such an amazing step forward and I take my

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May 8

I hope you are loving my breastfeeding series as I am really enjoying writing it.  If you need more specific advice please email me and I will be happy to answer any questions.  Knowledge is power, the more you ask the more

you will be able to build a foundation that will be strong and lasting.

Day 3 – 5 is again more change, day 3 is when your milk "comes in".  Now this is the normal pattern but it can be earlier or later, whenever it comes, it can be managed, just remember the more you breastfeed the more milk you will make.  Another point is that your milk WILL come in, it is very rare for a woman to have problems as the same hormones that allowed you to get pregnant and birth our baby are the same hormones that will produce milk. 

What triggers the milk production, or lactogenesis II, at around day 3 is the rise in progesterone.  Progesterone is released as your placenta is removed.  With your baby in uteruo and your placenta doing a fantastic job of filtering the blood, low levels of progesterone are inhibiting your milk production.  This is why if you have a pre-term baby you will still

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Day 3 or a little after your breasts will start to fill, it is very important to breastfeed your baby very regularly so you don’t get too full and engorged.  You will have too much milk for your baby at this time so just feed to make your breasts comfortable.  It will take about 48hours for your breasts to settle down.  You may find your breasts are too tight to attach your baby so you may need to hand express a little to soften the areola so your baby can attach. 

The best way to mangage engorgement or avoid it all together is to feed frequently, whenever you baby makes a noise or looks hungry then pop your bood in his/her mouth.  This will help drain some breast milk and make you feel comfortable and as a bonus will give you more practice at attachment.  If you want to refresh your attachment skills have a look at my first breastfeeding blog post.

As your milk comes in your baby may be a little unsettled and "windy", this is due to the change in flow of your milk.  Your baby on days 0-2 would suck in quick bursts on the breast then swallow as there was small amounts of colostrum.  Now, at day 3 if your baby sucks fast the he/she will get a mouthful of milk and will pull off to take a breath.  Your baby has to adjust its suck from suck, suck, suck, swallow to suck, pause, swallow.  It will take a couple of feeds just relax and know that your baby will change and have some wonderul long sleeps with a belly full of breast milk.

Up to day 5 you will feel like you are making head way.  Your nipples may be sore or damaged but starting to heal.  Using breast milk on your nipples after each feed and then letting them completely air dry is the best treatment.  You will also be taking your baby home.  Just remember that breastfeeding can take weeks to master and there will be no set routine at the moment so don’t stress yourself out over routine, it will come as your baby grows and is able to take more breast milk in at each feed.  Just meet your baby’s needs, that is whenever your baby wakes, it usually means feed time.  This can be every 3-4 hours day and night for the next 6 weeks, sounds daunting but so worth it.  This will cement your breastfeeding relationship and you will be feeding like a pro in no time.

Seek advice from a lactation consultant if you need, it may cost you some money but it is well worth the knowledge you will gain from a board certified up-to-date professional who is there for you and your family.  Enjoy the journey, you will have your up days and your down days, but remember the sun will come up each day as will a new set of skills to go with it.  Enjoy the ride and take it day by day, or feed by feed and remember to find professionals who will support you and your new family.

The next post is all about attachment, I know I have talked about this before but I feel it is well worth driving the point home, after all, if you have the attachment right then all other problems will either dissappear or not even surface.

Take care,

Loretta

Mar 7

Hello and welcome to day 2.  The second 24hours is again a time of breastfeeding and rest.  You don’t need to do anything else,

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y not to worry too much about lack of sleep as you will catch up later and it WILL get better.

Just remember you are frequently feeding to lay down great foundations for a happy, healthy baby and an abundent milk supply.

This second day will be much the same as day one, however, your baby will be more alert and demanding more.  If your baby falls into the "sleepy" catagory of yesterday (see last post) then he/she might wake towards the end of today and want to play catch ups.  This catch up or ‘cluster feeding’ is really quite clever, it will bring your milk in and you will get lots of practice at attachment.

Beware!  This is the time when a bottle of formula could be offerred — Resist this pressure as it will totally destroy all your breastfeeding efforts, even just one bottle will interfere with your supply and your milk will take longer to come in. 

Your baby’s stomach is the size of a shooter marble or 5-7ml capacity and does not need a huge bottle to fill.  They are designed perfectly — small tummy to match your small amount of colostrum.  Just keep breastfeeing and it will change in the next 24hours, stay with it.  Have a look at the image below, it shows the size of your baby’s stomach and the amount of breast milk it can hold, pretty impressive.

If your baby has formula then yes, he/she will sleep as your baby will be using all their energy to digest the formula.  Their tiny tummy’s don’t recognise the formula and take an obscene abount of time to digest it.  So yes, you may sleep but you will then be on the back foot and your milk supply will be slower

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With the maximum amount of prolactin receptors you will have a great supply and you will be rewarded with short breastfeeds and longer sleeps when your supply is established.  Amazing how babies and mothers are designed, it is perfect,  you just have to give in to your baby’s needs and the rest will follw.

Just a quick note before I go, try to organise it so you get no "non-family" visitors in hospital.  Everyone wants to see a new baby so they will come in droves, but this will tire you out and you will pay during the night.  It is hard to say no when they show up so get your partner to do a ring around before baby is born and ask for no visitors.  Make a time after 2 weeks then everyone can enjoy the visit, your baby included.

Your parents and siblings are an exception as you don’t need to dress up and look "respectable" and you can tell them to leave if you need to.

Just give in to your baby, give in to yourself, stay in your PJ’s and accept help.  Take advantage of the room service and just concentrate on breastfeeding your baby……………you will be rewarded with a happy, contented baby (and mum)!

Look out for my next blog on Days 3-5, lots of great insight that will keep you one step ahead.

Cheers,

Loretta

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