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The Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More Milk: Foreword by Martha Sears, RN
 
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The Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More Milk: Foreword by Martha Sears, RN [Format Kindle]

Diana West , Lisa Marasco
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Concerned about making enough milk for your baby? Wondering how to make more? Two lactation experts are here to help.

Separate fact from fiction with help from this comprehensive book about improving low milk supply. Written by two leading experts who have been there themselves and officially recommended by La Leche League International, The Breastfeeding Mother's Guide to Making More Milk incorporates the latest research and discoveries about causes of low milk supply, the way your body makes milk, and how babies contribute to your milk production. Best of all, you'll find valuable suggestions for both time-honored and innovative ways to make more milk.

Learn the facts about:

  • Determining if baby is really getting enough milk
  • Supplementing without decreasing your supply
  • Maximizing the amount of milk you can make
  • Identifying the causes of your low supply
  • Increasing your supply with the most effective methods, including pumping, herbs, medications, foods, and alternative therapies
  • Making more milk when you return to work, exclusively pump, have a premie or multiples, relactate, or induce lactation

Biographie de l'auteur

Diana West, IBCLC, is a board certified lactation consultant in private practice and author of Defining Your Own Success: Breastfeeding After Breast Reduction Surgery.

Lisa Marasco, M.A., IBCLC, is a board certified lactation consultant both in private practice and for WIC and contributing author to the Core Curriculum for Lactation Consultant Practice.


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Un excellent guide d'allaitement 31 juillet 2011
Par Ronron TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS
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La question que j'ai souvent entendue autour de moi est "mais comment on sait si le bebe a assez mange (quand il est allaite)?".
C'est la premiere fois que je rencontre un livre sur l'allaitement qui donne des elements concrets, medicaux, qui guide les parents a travers les debuts de l'allaitement. C'est la premiere fois que je trouve un livre qui donne une reponse explicite a cette question (et qui sorte du "s'il pleure c'est qu'il a faim"). Si vous avez de la chance, vous n'aurez besoin de personne pour mettre en place l'allaitement. Mais ce n'est pas le cas de toutes les mamans, l'allaitement est plein de gestes qui s'apprennent, de situations qui se comprennent. Avant nous avions nos meres et nos grands meres autour de nous pour nous apprendre et comme ce n'est plus le cas, certains livres et certaines associations compensent ce manque.

Petits bemols du livre (qui ne m'ont pas gene d'ou mes 5 etoiles mais qui fait que je ne le commanderai pas a toutes les mamans) :
- deja il est en anglais donc pas accesibles a toutes et la traduction de ce livre n'existe pas encore.
- il est un peu ardu : loin des conseils de bonnes femmes, loin de la transmission d'experiences de mere a mere, il est base sur des recherches medicales, tout est bien explique et prouve, ca c'est top, mais ca rend le livre un peu plus difficile a lire.

Ce livre complete a merveille "L'art de l'allaitement maternel" qui lui donne une vision globale de l'allaitement. Il est axe tres particulierement sur la production de lait (comme son nom l'indique).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Recommended to me by my lactation consultant, a very smart girl! 5 décembre 2012
Par Tina Ratliff - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My lactation consultant recommended this book to me because of the issues that I was having with producing milk. I found this book very helpful and easy to read. It provides a thorough explanation of the milk making process and the various things that can adversely affect supply. I think its a really good idea to read this book while you are pregnant rather than waiting to read it until you are already having problems, like I did. It gives a lot of advice on a wide variety of topics.

The best chapter I thought was the chapter on all the different kinds of supplements you can take. This actually is what motivated me to do more of my own research and after talking it over with my lactation consultant and M.D. I started taking mothers milk tea w/ blessed thistle -Organic Mother's Milk Tea + FREE Nature's Way Blessed Thistle (100 Capsules). Since then I've been pumping more milk than I can use and haven't had any issues since. I would totally recommend these herbs for helping with milk production.

During my pregnancy, I really did not educate myself very well on the subject of breastfeeding. I regret this now and if I could go back in time I would have definitely added this book to my must read list. The more you know about yourself and the way your body produces milk, the more you can help yourself and your baby. And just as its never too early to start learning, it's never too later either so please, if you are pregnant or are already breast-feeding, do yourself and your baby a favor and pick up this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Much more than just low milk supply 17 juillet 2010
Par N. Mccondichie - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this book against my better judgement, because with my first daughter, it seemed that all the books about breastfeeding I tried to read were either judgemental (you must be doing something wrong) or obnoxiously smug (you are better than those who don't breastfeed). I was offended and put off by every book I read when my first daughter was born.

Flash forward more than seven years and I tried one more time to purchase a book on lactation and was blessed to read this book! I have the paper version, then when I finished, I purchased the Kindle version. I do not and never have had the true problem of low milk supply, in spite of PCOS. I am, however returning to work and figured this book might help me protect my supply and maybe increase it in the short term so I can store enough breastmilk for when business travel is unavoidable. This book has provided so much more than the title suggests. I understand so much more about my daily milk production cycle, my letdown, and even my emotional responses to nursing.

I can't thank the author enough, except I will be buying copies of this book for my daughters' pediatrician and my lactation nurse! I can't recommend this book enough if you want to understand what influences milk capacity, supply, letdown. If you are a spouse or partner or close support person of a breastfeeding woman - please read and share a copy with her!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must Have for Mothers with Low Supply and Lactation Experts 21 décembre 2008
Par Justthinkn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The book has sections that would be wonderful for any expecting mother to read: understanding the biology of milk making, normal breastfeeding behaviors, best steps to get your supply off to a good start, and how to know if you should really be concerned about low supply - many mothers go through at least a moment or two of doubt! But for those of us currently in the trenches dealing with low supply or wondering how we can be more successful for the next baby, this book is just packed with information!

"While it's true that most mothers can make enough milk [to feed their babies], we are now learning that there are definitely mothers who really aren't making enough milk." For those of us who have been there and done that, this affirmation by experts in the field of lactation of the painful reality we have struggled with almost makes the book worth it all on its own. But of course, the authors offer much, much more in reassuring and informative discussions that fully explain what they call "The Milk Supply Equation" - the factors, from adequate breast tissue to effective and frequent milk removal, that work together to ensure a good milk supply.

I'm well-read, worked closely with a lactation consultant for months, and still learned one or two really helpful (and generally SIMPLIFYING, stress-reducing) things in each chapter. For instance, it explains how to supplement without damaging the supply you have, and perhaps even in such a way that it helps to increase it... But perhaps most importantly, the book will help you think through the underlying causes behind your supply issues and how to address them. Because without knowing the root of the problem, it's hard to direct interventions effectively...

As a concluding personal note, that's why I sound so gung-ho about this book... I would have given it a great review anyway, but I had a HUGE ah-ha moment reading through Ch. 8. I have insufficent glandular tissue, and had only ever heard about it in relation to hormonal causes. Yet I always felt like "hormonal imbalance" was a diagnosis that didn't fit me. Reading through Ch. 8 I learned that injuries to the breast during childhood and adolescence can also halt or impair breast development - and that fits me to a tee! So now I have confirmation that I need to focus on interventions to grow tissue, but really don't need to concern myself with the hormonal imbalance piece. I hope this book is just as helpful for many other women out there.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Ok, but...what can you really do if the problem is you? 21 avril 2012
Par Low SupplyMama - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is good in terms of laying out potential causes of low supply, but unlike other reviewers, I find it short on answers if the problem lies with the mother. At the end of the day, if your low supply issues have to do with you, there is very little you can do besides take domperidone (which is effective, but doesn't get everyone there 100%). Fenugreek, blessed thistle, etc., could be effective for some people, I suppose, but probably don't do much to get you there if you have a tough case.

I do find it reassuring that the book actually acknowledges that there are women out there with chronic low supply, which is nice because most lactation consultants basically just rattle off some statistic that only 2-5% (where does this statistic come from anyway) of women "can't breastfeed" and basically just tell you to pump more.

This is a frustrating problem, but at the end of the day there are few very effective interventions when the problem has to do with the mother.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 New Preemie Mother 18 mars 2013
Par Sheena B Vanderley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I was worried this book wasn't going to help with my special situation- my son was born 6 weeks early so for the first days and weeks of his life, I was exclusively pumping. I was fortunate enough to have a great milk supply in the beginning but once my son came home and I was trying to breast feed exclusively without pumping (so my milk supply would be high at the time of feelings), my supply rapidly went down. After reading this book, I was able to realize I needed to change my mindset with feelings and how often to feed or pump. Now I can say my supply is even better than before. This book helps new first time moms and even ones with unique circumstances.
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