Watch Your Back!

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Breastfeeding can be difficult for your back if you don’t hold your baby or body correctly.  Always bring the baby to you — don’t lean forward and bring your BREAST to the baby!  Bring BABY to breast.  Baby should have a wide-open mouth, not a narrow gape.  Wait for the “gape” and then bring baby in on […]

Hey Expectant Moms! Read this:

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ACOG is an organization overseeing your OBs. ACOG recommendations for inductions or cesarean deliveries: Elective, non-medically indicated inductions of labor or cesarean deliveries should not be scheduled before 39 weeks. [ emphasis mine] Delivery prior to 39 weeks has been shown to be associated with an increased risk of learning disabilities and a potential increase […]