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A visit from the lactation consultant

A visit from the lactation consultant

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The rest of our session was spent discussing strategies for common first year issues, including teething and getting baby to sleep in her cot or in the pram. It was really interesting and very helpful.

It’s still less than 24 hours since her visit, so I’m not sure how we’ll get on implementing all of Catriona’s advice. So far so good though. And I can say that I found the visit gave me a great confidence boost and knowing now that I have someone I can call on for feeding advice at any time in the future is invaluable to me.

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10 Comments

  1. Great to hear the support is there and glad problems are being resolved. Many congrats on your beautiful baby

  2. So glad you had a helpful consultation. And well done on getting this far, really pleased things are improving.
    Jenny recently posted..Bedtime comforter?My Profile

    • It’s such a relief. I really feel we’ve turned the corner. In a few weeks time I’m sure I’ll look back at the pain as a distant memory.

  3. Hurray for lactation consultants! I had some great visits and phone calls with some lactation consultants the first time around. I feel a bit more at ease knowing they’re there if I need them this time too. Glad things are going so much better!

  4. Sounds great! So happy to hear how well it’s going, and that you were able to call on such a great resource.

    I think I read somewhere that one thing you could try for oversupply is nursing lying on your back. Gravity slows down the flow, apparently. Might be tough to get the baby to latch on that way until she can hold her head up, mind you!
    Christine recently posted..So closeMy Profile

    • Yes, I think that’s called laid back breast feeding Christine. I used to use that approach with Little Man all the time. Little Woman doesn’t seem to like it though, maybe because, as you say, her head control isn’t strong enough yet.

        • That’s a great link – thanks Christine. It reinforces the advice Catriona gave me yesterday. (And the quick response was because I’m sitting here feeding, phone in one hand. I saw your comment come in while I was sitting here!)

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