Table of contents for Breastfeeding made simple : seven natural laws for nursing mothers / by Nancy Mohrbacher and Kathleen Kendall-Tackett.

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Contents
Foreword vii
Introduction 1
 Breastfeeding: The Biological Norm for Mothers and Babies
 How to Use this Book
PART I
The Laws
CHAPTER 1
Your Baby¿s Birth 11
 Your Baby¿s Hardwiring Are Mothers Hardwired,
Too? How Mothers Learn to Breastfeed When the System
Breaks Down
CHAPTER 2
The Power of Skin to Skin 27
 Why Skin to Skin Feels Right How Skin to Skin
Works When the System Breaks Down
CHAPTER 3
Latch-On: The Heart of Successful Breastfeeding 41
 What Every Mother Needs to Know About Latch-On
 When the System Breaks Down
CHAPTER 4
The First Week of Breastfeeding 60
 A Baby¿s Transition after Birth Breastfeeding Basics
 How to Know When Breastfeeding Is GoingWell
 When the System Breaks Down Summary
CHAPTER 5
How Your Baby ¿Sets¿ Your Milk Supply 84
 The Adjustment Period Breastfeeding Norms
 When the System Breaks Down Summary
CHAPTER 6
Meeting Your Long-Term Breastfeeding Goals 107
 The Reward Period How Milk Supply Works Meeting
Your Long-Term Goals When the System Breaks Down
 Summary
CHAPTER 7
Weaning Comfortably and Happily 128
 A Weaning Overview Weaning Basics When the System
Breaks Down Summary
CHAPTER 8
What Interferes with the Laws 150
 The Role of History and Culture Commercial Pressures
 Breastfeeding and the Medical Community Summary
Applying the Laws
CHAPTER 9
Daily Life with Your Breastfeeding Baby 169
 Re-Entering the World with Your Breastfeeding Baby Away
from Your Baby Lifestyle Issues Expressing and Storing Milk
 Medications and Contraception
CHAPTER 10
Common Breastfeeding Challenges 190
 Mother-Related Challenges Baby-Related Challenges
CHAPTER 11
Special Situations: Physical or Health Issues 210
 Special Situations: Mother Special Situations: Baby
 When You Need to Temporarily Stop Breastfeeding
 Alternatives to Feeding at the Breast Pumping to Establish
a Full Milk Supply You¿re on Your Way
Resources 237
 Finding Skilled Breastfeeding Help Finding Local Sources of
Help Web sites of Interest Recommended Books and Videos
References 241
Illustration Credits 253

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Breast feeding.