Advice for Breastfeeding
Breast milk is the best nutrition for babies, and it’s recommended that your baby is fed on breast milk alone for the first six months.
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Health Benefits of Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding does not only benefit your baby, it's great for you too. Discover all the reasons to try and start breastfeeding for your baby.
Is my baby getting enough milk?
A few simple signs that will let you know your baby is well fed and have had enough milk. Find out more in this article.
Breastfeeding in public
You may be getting used to breastfeeding your baby, but how about breastfeeding when you’re out and about? Here are some helpful hints for breastfeeding in public.
Eating well while breastfeeding
What you eat directly affects the milk you produce and pass on to your child. See what to eat and what to avoid in your breastfeeding diet. Find out more.
Breastfeeding in the first 24 - 48 hours
Mums and their babies need to be together to enable the best start to breastfeeding. From the moment of birth – when a baby is placed on mum’s naked chest the mother’s powerful ‘mothering’ hormone, prolactin, is stimulated.
Common difficulties with breastfeeding
Establishing breastfeeding can sometimes be hard work, but it often gets better. Persevere and you’ll be giving your baby the best possible start.
Top 10 feeding tips
Top 10 breastfeeding tips from Philips AVENT.
Unsure what to eat – and what to avoid – when breastfeeding? Thinking about combining breastfeeds with expressed-milk feeds? Here’s our advice.
The benefits of expressing
Read on to discover everything you need to know about expressing breastmilk an invaluable tool for busy mums. Find all Philips AVENT tips online.
Storing expressed milk
Helpful tips on breast milk storage for busy mums. Philips AVENT feeding bottles all come with secure tops to seal in the freshness and make breast milk storage fuss free.
Continuing to breastfeed
If you’ve been breastfeeding exclusively for six months and plan to continue, you can expect some to see changes in your milk and your breasts.
Moving from breastfeeding to bottle feeding
How to make the transition from breast to bottle, as simple as possible for you and your baby.
It can be really upsetting for you as a mum to have a baby with symptoms of milk allergies. So here’s some helpful information to get you started.
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