Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment for Thrush in Breastfeeding Women

Have you noticed a white rash inside your mouth? Or your baby’s mouth? If you’re a breastfeeding mom, have you experienced sore nipples or shooting pain in your breasts? If so, you may have Thrush. Thrush is a fungal infection that people can get in their mouths or on...

Does Breastfeeding My Baby Cause Sagging Breasts?

Breastfeeding allows you to nourish your baby with your milk, providing nutrients and antibodies that help fight diseases. However, most women who breastfeed will notice that their breasts are different when they stop nursing. But does breastfeeding cause sagging...

What to Drink While Breastfeeding and What to Avoid

If you’re breastfeeding, you may have noticed that you feel more thirsty than usual. Oxytocin released in breastfeeding triggers your thirst. It’s your body’s way of making sure that you are getting enough water to produce breast milk. As a nursing mom, it’s important...

Breastfeeding Diet: What Should I Eat While Breastfeeding?

If you are breastfeeding, you’re giving your baby nutrients that will help his or her growth and health. But what foods are best for you? How might your diet change your breast milk and affect your baby? Is there a special breastfeeding diet I should follow? You...

Hyperprolactinemia – What is it?

When you have too much of prolactin in your blood, you can develop hyperprolactinemia. Prolactin is a hormone produced by the pituitary gland, an organ the size of a pencil eraser at the base of the brain. The hormone plays a crucial role in breast development during...

What are the Breastfeeding Benefits for Moms?

Most people know that breastfeeding is good for the baby. Breastfed babies receive a head start on fighting bacteria and viruses from cells they receive from their mothers. Babies who are breastfed overall have stronger immune systems, fewer cases of respiratory...