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Breastfeeding Troubleshooting
Although breastfeeding is natural, it can be difficult. From sore nipples and engorgement to clogged ducts, here are some of the most common breastfeeding issues and how to cope.
7 Apr
Breastfeeding Positions
There are many different positions that can work while breastfeeding. It is important to find one that is comfortable for both you and your baby. This will make feedings more enjoyable and successful! During the early weeks you and your baby will navigate and find what works best for you. There are several different positions you can try. You can use the tips below as a guide and modify to fit your needs. If you feel pain or discomfort, try a different position (also consider proper latch).
7 Apr
Getting a Good Latch
The most important part of successful breastfeeding is the latch. If your baby is not properly latched on to your breast, feedings could be painful, and milk may not be transferred efficiently and effectively. This may make for longer, less successful feeding sessions and can impact milk supply long term.
7 Apr
Basics of Breastfeeding
Expect breastfeeding to be a learning process. You and your baby are both learning; your baby is learning how to latch, suck, and swallow and you are learning your baby’s hunger cues, positioning for a proper latch, and managing your breast milk supply.
6 Apr
Breast Milk Storage Guidelines
Not sure how to safely store breast milk at room temperature, in the fridge or freezer, or how long you can safely keep it?
6 Apr
Maintaining a Breast Milk Supply While Working
Nursing is more than just providing nourishment for your baby; it is a time for bonding. Transitioning from being home to working again can be a difficult time for both you and your baby. Continuing nursing after going back to work can help with the transition of being apart during the work day.
6 Apr
Check out the benefits of breastfeeding
Breastfeeding is the best way to provide essential nutrients while also bonding with your child. However, it’s unrealistic to think you’ll be with your baby 24/7.

Breastfeeding is linked to a lower risk of various health problems for babies along with others, learn more below.
14 Jan

Not all insurance policies cover all breast pumps, and some policies do not permit upgrades. Your breast pump coordinator will walk you through the process, determine your coverage, explain the pumps you’re qualified for, and inform you of any available upgrades. Please note that your available brand and model will depend on your insurance plan and eligibility.

Exceptions: There are some plans that are grandfathered in, and those plans do not have to provide breast pump coverage. Grandfathered plans are ones that existed prior to March 23, 2010 and “haven’t changed in ways that substantially cut benefits or increase costs for plan holders,” according to HealthCare.gov. Please note that your insurance company must notify you if you have a grandfathered plan. Here at Edwards Health Care Services, we’re seeing fewer and fewer grandfathered plans. If you’re not sure of your eligibility, just fill out the form and someone from our team will be in touch.

 

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