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Should you breastfeed if you are unwell?

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Should you breastfeed if you are unwell

When it comes to deciding whether to breastfeed your baby or not, the answer is clearly in favour of breastfeeding. Experts, multiple studies, researches and even mothers themselves agree to the many benefits of breastfeeding their little one.


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Mallika Hireamath

| Jun 21, 2017

how long v can store brest milk .. should v keep it in refrigerator ?

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Raty

| May 31, 2017

really helpful

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rajeshwari ganesh

| Apr 01, 2017

grt nice information for new moms

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Richa Gupta

| Nov 24, 2016

its really a helpful information

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Shreya Rajvanshi

| Sep 23, 2016

@Syeda, as long as you are comfortable in breastfeeding your first born you may continue to do breastfeed. In addition you may tandem feed your first born with your second born or in case you want your firstborn to wean off your milk then you may start doing so from at least 7 months of your pregnancy so that the first born doesn't feel left out.

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Syeda Ayesha

| Jul 29, 2016

can i breastfeed my daughter during my second pregnancy...

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Jolly Purkha

| Jul 10, 2016

My many doubts have been cleared. thank youso much

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Kriti Singh

| Jun 28, 2016

Its a good blog cleared many dought regarding breast feeding during illness and also solved the problem by suggesting feeding pumps.

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Sapna Chorghe

| Jun 26, 2016

very helpful blog.. actually m suffering from cold since last 2 days.. vl definitely mke sure o follow pts.. since i am bf mom

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Shikha Batra

| Jun 26, 2016

Very useful blog!I can relate to it. What a painful stage it is when it's difficult for a mother to decide and such thoughts keep coming to her mind 'Is she is doing more harm to the baby than good by feeding?' The blog has done away with many misconceptions. Thanks again!

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gangeshree mhatle

| Jun 23, 2016

Thank you... very informative blog... resently i was ill due to indigestion.... n was worried for feed... then tho i proceed to feed her.... without knowing the reaction.... but ths blog cleared my doubt... thanks a lot....

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