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Did you know that mothers’ who breastfeed have a lower risk of diseases like breast cancer, ovarian cancer, heart disease, stroke, type-2 diabetes, and postpartum depression! Females face a lot of problems when they first try to breastfeed their children. At Pregamate, our experts are here to guide you through the process of lactation counselling.
Lactation counselling is counselling done to help new parents and their babies to overcome breastfeeding challenges. The main aim of lactation counselling is to make the baby acquainted with the mother and help them feed them better. It is advised to feed the baby with 6 months of mother’s milk. Breastfeeding protects the child from infections and diseases and provides them with health benefits.
Lactation counselling helps the mother overcome any hesitation or challenges while feeding the newborn. Lactation counselling can help you address issues like:
Breastfeeding is one of the most important phases for the newborn and the mother. Taking prenatal lactation counselling can help you prepare better for feeding the baby. You will get a better idea about what to expect and what not to while breastfeeding. Lactation counselling also helps the working mothers by teaching them when to seek to breastfeed when they return to work.
Post-pregnancy you must examine how the lactation counsellor is helping you and your baby to get better feeding. A counsellor will also give you some ways by which you the baby can latch better for breastfeeding. A lactation counsellor will also help you release undue stress because of poor feeding. The process of breastfeeding ultimately depends on whether your baby can get breast milk or not. Consulting a counsellor can also help you with this process.
At Pragmatic, our team of well-experienced lactation counsellors are here to guide you for better feeding. We will not just help you prepare for breastfeeding but will also clear your doubts by sharing some ways by which you can feed your baby in a better way. We ensure that you get a safe and comfortable environment while counselling.
Ans: Lactation counsellor helps the new parents to overcome breastfeeding challenges.
Ans: The right time to see a lactation counsellor is after birth. But taking classes in advance helps you prepare for breastfeeding.
Ans: A CLC is experienced at the entry level while an IBCLC is experienced at the advanced level.