COMMON REASONS WHY WOMEN END BREASTFEEDING (EARLIER THAN PLANNED)

Did you know that at birth, your baby’s stomach is only as small as a cherry (or in Philippine reference, a calamansi)? This is why our body does not produce a lot of milk on our first few days post birth, because our babies can’t handle it yet! It’s amazing how nature works. I haven’t been a mother for a long time, but I have talked to a lot of women about breastfeeding, and I realized that many women actually wanted to breastfeed. […]

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POST-BIRTH CONSIDERATION: PLACENTA ENCAPSULATION

So, you’ve prepared for the birth experience you want. You have interviewed your healthcare provider and you are done with your birth plan. Have you thought about what you’ll do with your placenta? After you deliver the baby, your birth is not yet over. You have to wait for the placenta to come out of your body (in my case, we waited for an hour and it didn’t eject by itself, so I had to be induced again). Without any […]

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