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How to Relieve Baby’s Gas

Q. Can I alleviate my baby’s gas pain?

A. You can help prevent gas by feeding her before she cries, a signal that she’s too hungry to wait any longer to eat. When you do feed her, use a leisurely pace, because rapid feeding increases her intake of air. If you are breastfeeding and your milk is letting down briskly, you may need to remove your baby for a moment and let the spray of milk slow down so she can manage the flow.

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Could breastfeeding weight loss be a myth? – BabyCenter Blog

There’s so much pressure on women to get their pre-baby body back after giving birth. It’s unreasonable, unfair and adds to the mountain of body shaming women experience. We have a fascination with how quickly women can snap back. I definitely felt this pressure after giving birth both times. Breastfeeding is often presented to moms… Read more »Read more

Moms
Could breastfeeding weight loss be a myth?

There’s so much pressure on women to get their pre-baby body back after giving birth. It’s unreasonable, unfair and adds to the mountain of body shaming women experience. We have a fascination with how quickly women can snap back. I definitely felt this pressure after giving birth both times. Breastfeeding is often presented to moms as a great way to help lose the extra weight. While it is true breastfeeding burns a lot of calories,