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Dressing Up To Breastfeed

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Breast milk is the best food for your baby. So you will be on breastfeeding duty day and night!

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

The clothes you wear can sometimes complicate breastfeeding. It is important to wear clothes that make it easy for you to breastfeed.

Tips for your Breastfeeding Wardrobe:

Wear clothes that are not restrictive. Avoid tight clothes or bras as these may cause clogged ducts

Avoid wearing clothes made of thick, rough material as it may irritate your baby’s skin.

Clothes with buttons or zippers in the front are very convenient for frequent feedings

A variety of nursing bras (with snaps, clasps or flaps) are available for easy access

Choose a cotton bra with wide straps to support your breasts

Use breast pads to protect your clothes from leakage

Clothes made of soft cotton and without embellishments are comfortable

Look for clothes designed with clever openings to make breastfeeding convenient

Your clothes should be simple and require minimum fuss, so that you can handle both your clothes and a hungry, crying baby at the same time.

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