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Why can My Friends Breastfeed, and I can’t? 

I’ve heard this question countless times, prompting me to realise the importance of addressing it in a blog. Throughout this post, we’ll delve into the various conditions that affect a small percentage of women, preventing them from exclusively breastfeeding like their friends.  When mothers asked me this question, they are not typically referring to exclusive […]

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What is the White Spot on My Nipple?

In today’s blog, I’d like to do something different to usual and share a real case involving one of my recent patients. I conducted a postnatal and follow up consultation with this mother, and everything seemed to be going well until I received a message from her mentioning that she suspected she was developing a […]

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Alcohol and Breastfeeding

One of the questions I’ve been asked the most during my consultations is about the incompatibility of alcohol and breastfeeding. Can I drink alcohol when I’m nursing? Or how many glasses of wine can I take? The problem arises from this question because there is a lot of information online and on social media, etc, […]

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Postnatal Depression

Welcoming a new life into the world is undoubtedly a joyous occasion, filled with love anddreams of a bright future. However, for some mothers, the postpartum period brings notonly the expected challenges of caring for a newborn, but also a silent struggle that can casta shadow over this seemingly blissful time called postnatal depression. When […]

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The 3-Month Breastfeeding Crisis

As a new mother embarks on the beautiful journey of breastfeeding, there often comes a point around the three-month period that some refer to as the “3-month breastfeeding crisis”. While every mother’s experience is unique, this period can be marked by various challenges that may leave you feeling overwhelmed and questioning your ability to breastfeed. […]

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Breastfeeding and Exercise: Compatibles Companions?

Welcoming a new life into the world is a joyous occasion, and for many mothers, the breastfeeding journey that follows is a profound and bonding experience. Both breastfeeding and exercise play crucial roles in maintaining and promoting health, and numerous evidence-base studies provide reassurance to health professionals encouraging mothers to continue these practices. It’s essential […]

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The Baby’s Poo Guide For Parents

I pondered for a while on whether it was worthwhile to prepare a blog about baby’s poo, but what I discovered during my consultations is that stools are something that truly concerns parents. I believe one reason is the plethora of information available online, making it challenging to filter reliable sources from unreliable ones.Parents worry […]

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