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before your baby is born.
3-6 months pregnant: Read as much breastfeeding advice as you can before baby arrives.
Visit mothercare.com for helpful videos, tips and guides
36-38 weeks: Time to get meosured for a nursing bra so you have the most comfortable fit. Don't forget a
couple of sleep bras to wear at night.
after your baby is born...
straight after birth:
Your breasts produce a creamy
substance called colostrum which
2-4 days after birth:
Your breasts will start feeling full and
this is a sign that your milk has come
within the first hour:
If you feel up to it, you could try
breastfeeding - this can help with
the bonding process. Remember,
your baby's mouth should
completely cover the areola below
the nipple and your nipple should
be far back in your baby's mouth,
provides your baby with early
nourishment and antibodies until
in. Midwives usually recommend
that you feed your baby on demand
(whenever they are hungry) at first
until breastfeeding is established
and you feel comfortable.
your milk comes in. Colostrum is very
concentrated so your newborn will
only need small omounts at first.
Breastfeeding has many benefits for both mums and babies, especially when it comes to
protecting them against infections and diseases.
Don't worry if you feel it's taking a while to get the hang of breastfeeding. Your midwife,
health visitor and friends who have breastfed can all be a great support in the early days,
and we've also got some tips, advice and videos online.
Some bottle-feeding basics whether you're feeding baby formula or expressed breast milk.
• put boiling water straight into the bottle; instead
allow to cool for no longer than 30 minutes
• wory if your baby doesn't finish a feed: babies
appetites vary and sometimes they're just not
• buy new bottles and teats for each baby
• wash all your feeding equipment with hot soapy
water using a teat and bottle brush before
read and follow any formula milk instructions
• mix breastmilk and formula milk in the same
bottle - breastmilk can be kept (and frozen),
but formula milk needs to be discarded after
• check the temperature of your baby's milk before
• throw away any unused milk after your baby
has finished feeding and always prepare a fresh
• heat your baby's milk in the microwave, as hot
spots can scald
bottle for the next feed
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