The earlier you get help, the easier it is to fix.
Waiting days or weeks can make things much more difficult - for your baby, who has gotten used to nursing in a certain way; and for your milk supply, which can decrease quickly when your body is not getting the right messages.
Your body programs its future milk supply within your baby's first two weeks. Where possible, it is ideal to see an IBCLC by day 7 to resolve breastfeeding problems, so that you have a full week left to get great stimulation.
Babies’ reflexes are designed for easy breastfeeding. But the typical positions parents are taught often make breastfeeding harder! Prepare for the big day by unlocking some of the secrets to comfort - and a lot more milk - for you and your baby.