Expert advice on overcoming common breastfeeding problems during the first month of breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is a learned skill, just like driving, and over the first month some mums and babies may experience a few bumps in the road! It takes time and practice for it to feel instinctive for both of you. Here are my tips on how to overcome the most common breastfeeding difficulties mums experience from the end of the first week to the end of the first month. There are various reasons for lumps and bumps in a lactating breast. One of the most common is a blocked duct, clogged by milk, causing a hard lump that may be sore and tender.
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