Each breastfeeding relationship
is as unique as the mother and baby involved. Sometimes, a mother
might be faced with a situation she feels is insurmountable. Most
breastfeeding challenges can, with enough support and information,
be overcome. Each mother has to make her own choice about whether
to breastfeed. However, it is important to make an informed choice.
Every time at the breast is beneficial to your child. Even if you
think your situation would rule out breastfeeding, take a look here
before you make your final decision. Please
read below for recommended links and readings.
Triplets: Advice from Successful Moms
Pairs and a Trio: Breastfeeding Twins
adopted baby (yes, you can!)
Special Gift: Breastfeeding an Adopted Baby
and Adoptive Nursing
Therapy and Adoptive Nursing
breast reduction surgery
after Breast Reduction Surgery
Breastfeeding a child
who has cleft palate or cleft lip
Magazine Article: Is the HIV Theory a Tragic Mistake ?
Magazine Article: Safe and Sound Underground
Magazine Article: HIV and Breastfeeding
Magazine Article: The Impossible Choices Facing HIV Positive
and Breastfeeding: The Fear. The Misconceptions. The Facts.
the Eye of the Storm: A Mother's True Story of Confronting AIDS,
Fate, and the State