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Articles to inspire and support you through your hormone balancing, fertility, pregnancy and motherhood journey. 

Mastitis Prevention & Treatment

 Mastitis Prevention & Treatment

Although the natural act of breastfeeding has so many benefits for both Mum and baby, learning this new skill can present as a challenging time and among the most common support Bubba Mumma's seek, is to overcome the condition of mastitis. 

Mastitis affects up to 30% of lactating mothers and is a common contributor to the cessation of breastfeeding. 75-95% of cases occur within the first 12 weeks post birth, as your body is still adapting to the milk supply needed to nourish your baby.1,2

Be comforted in knowing that you are not alone, there is support available (including the 24 hour Breastfeeding Helpline). I'm also sending you a love note today with info to empower you for your nursing journey. Here I want share some practical ways to prevent and overcome mastitis, to make your transition into and throughout breastfeeding smoother for you and bubs. 

What Is Mastitis?

Mastitis is an inflammatory...

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An important step to support your breastfeeding journey is the adequete self care you honour your body with. Creating the space to physically, mentally and emotionally rest as well as nourishing your body with nutrient rich foods, is a priority in showing up as the best version of you, for your little loved one.

When you're thrown into new-mumma broken sleep however and your precious energy is spent giving to your bubba, it is easy to forget about caring for yourself. This is why I created my new baby book- to help Mumma's have a holistic guide to caring for their little one at their finger tips. Be first to know when its ready and gifted with an introductory offer, here.

Breakfast can be a tricky one at the best of times, so here I am giving you a quick, nourishing meal to supply you with physical energy and brain food to start your day, good fats and protein to satiate your breastfeeding hunger, as well as particular foods...

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