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Education, support and advocacy for birth and wellness choices across Hawai'i

Breastfeeding & Bodyfeeding in Action

Seeing real newborn babies nurse can be reassuring and help caretakers troubleshoot common feeding challenges.  Latching is the first skill a mother and baby master in the first hours after birth.  The whole first 24 hours is perfectly designed to allow a mother and baby to practice the skill of latching before the baby's body is ready to process and absorb the nutrients of breastmilk for the first time. 

Learning How to Attach your Baby at the Breast 

Is My Baby Getting Enough Milk?

Experiencing Pain?

What to do about Nipple Pain 

What to do about Breast Pain

More helpful tips  

Positions for Breastfeeding

Increasing your Milk Supply...

These free videos were put together by the Global Health Media Project to "to improve health care and health outcomes in resource-poor areas by developing videos that “bring to life” basic health care information known to save lives."  If you feel inspired to help them on their mission we invite you to click on their logo to donate and explore their website further!

Education, Support, and Advocacy for Birth and Wellness Choices Across Hawai'i

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Updated 9-1-22

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