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Breastfeeding: positioning and attachment How to breastfeed Breastfeeding is a skill that you and your baby learn together, and it can take time to get used to. There are lots of different positions you can use to breastfeed. You can try different ones to find out what works best for breasttfeeding. You just need to check the following points: Are you comfortable?

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It's hard for your baby to swallow if their head and neck are twisted. When they attach you should see much more of the darker nipple skin above your baby's top lip than below their bottom lip. They should be healthy and gaining weight although it's normal for babies to lose a little weight in the first week after birth.

Use pillows or cushions if necessary. Always bring your baby to the breast and let them latch themselves.

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Looking just need to check the following points: Are you comfortable? In this video, a midwife talks about how to check if your baby is breastfeeded on properly when forr feeding. Media last reviewed: 28 October Media review due: 28 October Help and support with breastfeeding If you have any questions or concerns, you can: speak to your for, health visitor or breastfeding supporter call the National Breastfeeding Helpline on 9.

There are lots of different positions you can use to breastfeed.

You can try different ones to find out what works best for you. This skin-to-skin contact helps you bond with your premature baby and increase your milk supply. They appear content and satisfied after most feeds. After the first few days, your baby should have at least 6 wet nappies a day. Their cheeks stay rounded out, not sucked in, and you can hear them swallowing.

Find out more about breastfeeding a premature baby. Your baby seems calm during feeding and comes off your breast themselves when they have had lookking. Talk to your midwife or health visitor if you are concerned your baby is not gaining weight and is unsettled during or after breast feeds.

Breastfeeding premature and ill babies If your baby is in a neonatal or special care unit gor the birth, you'll probably be encouraged to try something called kangaroo care once your baby is well enough. After about 5 to 6 days, your baby's poo should stop looking black and thick and they should also have at least 2 soft or runny yellow poos.

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Read Start4Life's visual guide to latching your baby on Video: how do I know if my baby is properly latched? Try not to hold the back of your baby's head, so that they can tip their head back. Are you holding your baby close to you, facing your breast? This should help your baby to make lioking wide, open mouth.

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Supporting their neck, shoulders and back should allow them to tilt their head back and swallow easily. Breastfeeding: positioning and attachment How to breastfeed Breastfeeding is a skill that you and your baby learn together, and it can take time to get used to.

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Your baby's cheeks will look full and rounded as they feed. Breastfefding leaning your breast forward into your baby's mouth, as this can lead to poor attachment. This way your nipple goes past the hard roof of their mouth and ends up at the back of their mouth against the soft palate. Kangaroo care means holding your baby close to you, usually under your clothes with your baby dressed only breastreeding a nappy.

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Placing your baby with greastfeeding nose level with your nipple will encourage them to open their mouth wide and attach to the breast well. Your baby needs to get a big mouthful of breast.

When your baby's mouth is open wide enough their chin should be able to touch your breast first, with their head tipped back so that their tongue can reach as much of your breast as possible. Are your baby's head and body in a straight line? Let your baby's head tip back a little so that their top lip can brush against your nipple.

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Your shoulders and arms should be relaxed. Got a breastfeeding question?

With your baby's chin firmly touching your breast and their nose clear, their mouth should be wide open. It's worth getting comfortable vor a feed.