Posted by: Indonesian Children | April 26, 2009


Breastfeeding and Jaundice by Jack Newman, MD
Ordinary Newborn Jaundice
Management of Hyperbilirubinemia (Jaundice) in the Healthy Term Newborn AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS– “The AAP discourages the interruption of breast-feeding in healthy term newborns and encourages continued and frequent breast-feeding (at least eight to ten times every 24 hours). Supplementing nursing with water or dextrose water does not lower the bilirubin level in jaundiced, healthy, breast-feeding infants.”
Jaundice by Anne Smith, IBCLC
Breast milk jaundice: Is your baby at risk?
: Is your baby at risk?: Is your baby at risk?

Latch & Positioning Problems (see also Getting Started)
Rebirthing: Help for Latch-on Problems
Clampdown Bite Reflex
Positioning & Attachment Checklist
Nipple Compression Stripe
Large Nipples and Areola

Nipple Shields
Nipple Shields . . . Friend or Foe? – from La Leche League
Nipple Shield – Diane Wiessinger, MS, IBCLC
Nipple Shields – from
Nipple Shields
Weaning from a nipple shield
Weaning from a nipple shield – from ParentsPlace
Weaning from a nipple shield – from

Premature Babies
Babies in NICU and breastfeedingby Jo-Anne Lawless, HCA, LC
Breastfeeding a Premature Infant after NICU Discharge: Reflections on Ryan’s Story – from Breastfeeding Abstracts at LLLI, compliments Ryan Can Nurse Today,” published in La Leche League International’s publication for mothers, NEW BEGINNINGS
Breastfeeding Premature Babies FAQ’s from La Leche League
Breastfeeding the Hospitalized Baby
Breastfeeding a Preemie video clips (scroll down)
Breastmilk, Breastfeeding & the Premature Baby
Changing from NG Tube to Breastfeeding (for preemies) 
Donor Human Milk for Preterm Babies
– abstract New 1/05
Donor human milk versus formula for preventing necrotising enterocolitis in preterm infants: systematic review
New 1/05
(2003 article)
Expressing Breastmilk for your Premature Baby
Finger Feeding a Preemie
How Do I Position My Pre-Term Baby at the Breast?
Is Breastfeeding Important for My Premature Baby?
Kangaroo Mother Care
: Restoring the Original Paradigm for Infant Care and       Breastfeeding: Restoring the Original Paradigm for Infant Care and  BreastfeedingLeaven
Premature Infant & BF

Recommendations for Minimizing CMV Exposure in Breastmilk-fed Very Low Birth Weight (VLBW) Preterm Infants
New 1/05
Sample letter: Explanation of Medical Need for Donor Milk
– from California Perinatal Quality Care Collaborative New 1/05 
T-Bone’s Survival Tips for New Preemie Parents
New 1/05
Tips on Transitioning from a Haberman (or other bottle) to breastfeeding  
Video guides for BF the term and premature baby – by Dr. Jane Morton
Weaning from a supplemental nursing system by Kathy Kuhn, IBCLC 
What about Pumping My Milk for My Premature Baby?
What Are LLLI’s Resources For Breastfeeding My Premature Baby?
Why are Kangaroo Care and Skin-to-Skin Contact Important?

Raynaud’s Syndrome or Nipple Vasospasm or Nipple Blanching
Nipple Blanching– Nipple Vasospasm or Raynaud’s phenomenon can cause very painful nipples in moms who are breastfeeding. It is characterized by blanching of nipples after breastfeeding & increased pain when the nipples become cold. Also, similar column “Does
nipple vasospasm recur?”
nipple vasospasm recur?”
By Deb Donovan, IBCLC at
Raynaud’s Syndrome and Breastfeeding from Cher Sealy, RN, BSN, IBCLC, LLLL at
Raynaud’s Info a more in-depth paper on Nipple Vasospasm
Raynaud’s Phenonmenon – links (not specific to breastfeeding)

Spitting Up: Is it Reflux? by Anne Smith, IBCLC
FAQ on Nursing a baby with Reflux from LLLI
Breastfeeding the baby with GER (Reflux) from LLLI
Some tips about GERD & colic
BF a Baby with Reflux – “Welcome to my breastfeeding and reflux webpage. I have four children, all of whom experienced reflux to some degree or another, and all of whom were/are exclusively breastfed. I have created this webpage to share those experiences and to offer support to other mothers who are breastfeeding babies with reflux.”

Sick Baby
Is my Baby Constipated? FAQ on Normal Bowel Movements for Breastfed Babies from la Leche League
Baby’s Stools – unusual color, frequency
The Color of the Day: Solving Bowel Movement Mysteries– great link for those questions about strange poop!
Stuffy Nose – “A stuffy nose can cause fussy nursing behavior. If your baby has a stuffy nose and is having a hard time breathing and nursing at the same time try the following…”
Can moms diet cause eczema in baby?
Baby has a cold sore, ok to nurse?
Breastfeeding the Hospitalized Baby
You Can Still Breastfeed (Illness in the mother or baby) by Jack Newman, MD
Infant Anesthesia and Breastfeeding from La Leche League
When Baby is Hospitalized from La Leche League
Preoperative Fasting (NPO): Guidelines for Breastfed Infants and ChildrenLeaven


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