|Breastfeeding Support Before and After Birth
Prenatal care is often dominated by talk of how the baby’s doing and how to prepare for labor and delivery. Breasts and breastfeeding are seldom mentioned, and most conversation tends to be brief. The World Health Organization identifies several major breastfeeding topics for health care providers to discuss with pregnant women by 32 weeks gestation—but many don’t do this. You may already have heard good things about exclusive breastfeeding, skin-to-skin care, good positioning and attachment, and rooming-in. Learn the importance of these topics and how to initiate these conversations with all pregnant women./p>
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