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Ruth Patterson

Ruth Patterson

Manager - Lactation Specialist (IBCLC)
Lactation
Breastfeeding Support
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram Jayanagar Whitefield Old Airport Road HRBR layout Bellandur
DEEPIKA M PAHWA

DEEPIKA M PAHWA

(PT) MPT,BPT, IBCLC
Consultant Physiotherapist & Lactation Specialist
Physiotherapy
Breastfeeding Support
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Gurugram
Sector 47 Sector 14
Violet Mary Vinceya

Violet Mary Vinceya

Lactation Counsellor
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
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Bengaluru
Old Airport Road
Sheetal Santosh

Sheetal Santosh

IYCF Lactation Counselor
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
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Bengaluru
Malleshwaram
Merlin Luther Sisanalli

Merlin Luther Sisanalli

IYCF, Lactation Counselor
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
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Bengaluru
HRBR layout
Khyati Choudhary

Khyati Choudhary

Lamaze Certified Childbirth educator, IYCF, MBA Biotech, Bsc Biotech
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
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Noida
Sector 51
Dipti Shah

Dipti Shah

FT, DBM, IBCLC, Lactation Consultant
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
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Mumbai
Malad
Babyshree R

Babyshree R

IYCF Lactation counselor, Diploma in Child Nutrition (UK), Pregnancy And Postnatal Fitness Educator
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
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Chennai
T Nagar
Sumaya

Sumaya

Lactation Counsellor
Lactation Consultant
Breastfeeding Support
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Bengaluru
Bellandur
Breastfeeding Support
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Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

I am a new mom so when will my body be ready for lactation?
“Your body can make colostrum, a nutrient-rich “pre-milk” for the first few days after the birth of your baby. Colostrum has many benefits, including nutrients that improve the immune system and help combat infection. For certain women, the colostrum is yellowish and thick. It is small and watery for some. Your breasts will feel firmer after 3-4 days of producing colostrum. This is a symbol of growing and shifting the milk supply from colostrum to mature milk. Your milk will become creamier and whiter.
When am I going to breastfeed my newborn?
Start breastfeeding within an hour of your baby’s birth, if possible. In the first few hours of life, babies appear to be awake, so breastfeeding takes advantage of this normal wakefulness straight away. The newborns will sleep for most of the next 24 hours after this. Your baby would want to eat on demand during the first few days of life about every 1–3 hours, day and night. They may go longer among feedings as babies develop and their bellies can hold more milk.
How to know that my baby is starving?
Moving their head from side to side, Open their mouths, Stick their tongues out, Suck on their fists and palms, Their lips pucker as if to suck, Nuzzle against the breasts of Mommy, When a child moves its mouth toward something that brushes or strokes its cheek, Crying is a late symptom of famine. So, before your baby gets mad, try to nurse and calm her down.
Is it difficult to breastfeed?
Breastfeeding is typically not painful, but it can be in the early days, and during your breastfeeding journey, certain factors could cause pain or discomfort. Nipple or breast pain may be caused by engorgement, blocked ducts, weak latch, oral anatomy abnormalities, thrush, nipple breakdown, and even a teething baby biting down.
What are the foods breastfeeding mothers should consume or avoid?
Despite what many individuals say, there are no particular foods the breastfeeding mother must consume or avoid. The best nutritional recommendation is the intake of a variety of foods.
Why is breastfeeding important?
Breast Milk is natural baby food, made for human babies by nature: For the first 6 months of life, it is a whole food providing all your infant’s nutritional needs. It satisfies both hunger and thirst. There is no need for additional water. It increases the resilience of a baby to infection and illness.
Does the health of the mother benefit from breastfeeding?
Yes. Breastfeeding affects the health of the mother with many positive effects. Lactational infertility is among the most important. This is when the mother does not become pregnant after giving birth because of the hormonal effects of breastfeeding. Studies show that this effect is more outstanding when the infant sucks more frequently and is only breastfed. For the mother and her children, increasing the interval between births has benefits.
How do I know if it is safe for a medication to take while breastfeeding?
While breastfeeding, most medications are safe to take. While medications in breast milk can be passed to your baby, levels are usually much lower than the level in your bloodstream. Discuss this with your health care team and the health care professional caring for your child if you are breastfeeding and need to take prescription medicine to manage a health condition.
What do I do if I have breastfeeding difficulties?
Breastfeeding is a normal process, but it may take you and your baby some time to understand. Because of medical issues or other complications, a few women can’t breastfeed. So Cloudnine provides you lactation consultation, and you can consult your problem with them. They may also offer advice.
While breastfeeding, how much should I eat?
We advise that an extra 300-500 calories/day be consumed by a lactating person, but it is essential to keep in mind that everyone is different. Some breastfeeding individuals experience extreme hunger, while others feel that they have little appetite.

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