As you’re learning how to breastfeed your baby, you’ll discover that you also have to learn a whole new vocabulary! Take hind milk, for instance. What’s that, you might be wondering? I’ll explain the difference between foremilk and hindmilk for nursing moms, plus how to alternate sides when breastfeeding and how that impacts milk production.
Breastfeeding: How to Ensure Baby Gets the Hind Milk
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