Welcome to your complete guide for breastfeeding. Whether you are looking for breastfeeding help, contacts of lactation specialist, or information on when to wean your baby, you will find it here. We are here to help you understand what breastfeeding is all about, the benefits of breastfeeding, how to go about breastfeeding and what your husband can do to contribute to the process of breastfeeding. Read on also to find expert tips about breastfeeding from the doctors in Singapore!
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Physician Xiong Ying shares the traditional wisdom to help breastfeeding mums boost their milk supply.
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When it's time to get out and about with baby. You want to be sure that you are going to a place which has all the necessary amenities to make it a hassle free visit. Here is our round up of ten of the best nursing rooms in Singapore.
It's never a good idea to cut back on food when you're pregnant, particularly if you plan to breastfeed your little one, because it could affect your breastmilk supply. We recommend 10 foods to increase milk production.
When it comes to handling fresh and frozen breast milk, there are certain rules to bare in mind. Read our lactation consultant, Jani Combrink's top 10 tips.
Can eating oatmeal help to boost your milk supply and help increase production? While there is no scientific fact to support the case, many mums and lactation consultants swear by it.
Many mums wonder how they can manage sore and cracked nipples when breastfeeding. Thomson Medical Centre helps to answer.
Every new mum is keen to find out how to get started with breastfeeding a newborn. Read expert tips from Thomson Medical Centre on breastfeeding frequency and length of feed for a newborn.