A - Assistance: Don’t be afraid to ask for help! Some women feel unwomanly or like bad mothers if they need help, but it’s perfectly fine to ask your mom, sister, friend, or lactation consultant.
B – Bonding: Nursing is a powerful bonding experience for both mom and baby.
C - Colostrum: The first milk your breasts produce during the early days of breastfeeding designed to pass along loads of carbohydrates, protein, and antibodies.
D - Ducts: One of the challenges of nursing are plugged milk ducts. They can be painful and prevent you from breastfeeding well.
E - Ear infections: Breastfeeding can help prevent ear infections by helping pass immunities along to your baby early in life.
F – Football Hold: This is one of the nursing positions lactation consultants recommend for the mom who's had a C-section and also for mothers with large breasts or small babies. This is also popular with mothers of twins who want to feed the babies at the same time.