Giving Effective Breastfeeding Help

Giving Effective Breastfeeding Help

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Table Of Content
Introduction – Using Active Listening
Asking Questions
Giving Information and Suggestions
Respecting Differences Among Mothers
Helping the Mother Working with Her Doctor
When Breastfeeding Doesn’t Work Out
References