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by Guren Gotsch

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  • ISBN 0912500387
  • ISBN13 978-0912500386
  • Language English
  • Author Guren Gotsch
  • Publisher LA Leche League Intl (June 1, 1990)
  • Formats rtf docx lit doc
  • Category Parents
  • Subcategory Parenting
  • Size ePub 1320 kb
  • Size Fb2 1214 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 292


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This book contains helpful information, but fails to talk about one important aspect of a premature baby.

Gwen and journalist/husband Lon Grahnke have three children. This book contains helpful information, but fails to talk about one important aspect of a premature baby. It does not address how to manage being separated from your baby while it is in the NICU. I would have appreciated a little more focus on getting and keeping your supply up when you must pump, and cannot feed on demand.

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Breastfeeding Your Premature Baby book. In Premature Baby, accomplished author Gwen Gotsch confronts the myths and explains the techniques of breastfeeding premature babies. Pumping and milk storage tips, kangaroo care, supplementing, determining if baby's getting enough milk, working with hosp Breastfeeding is possible when you least expect it, according to this new publication by La Leche League International.

LLLI proves once more breastfeeding is possible in the seemingly most impossible circumstances as. accomplished author Gwen Gotsch confronts the myths and explains. Start learning about nursing your preemie with this book. com User, May 23, 2002. I wish that I had had this book right after my son was born at 30 weeks. I had breastfed my older (full term) daughter but knew nothing about breastfeeding a preemie. This book gives a very positive outlook and really makes you feel like it is possible to nurse your preemie.

Breastfeeding Your Premature Baby. By (author) Gwen Gotsch.

Your breastmilk will get your premature baby off to the best start in life. Breastfeeding your premature baby. We explain what's involved in breastfeeding your premature baby, and why it's so important for your baby's health and wellbeing. How does breastmilk help my premature baby? What if my premature baby's not strong enough to feed? How do I express milk for my premature baby? When will my premature baby be ready to breastfeed? How does kangaroo care help my prem baby? Who can help me with breastfeeding once we're home?

Why breast milk is important in helping your premature baby, how to express breast milk for a premature baby, and tips on breastfeeding directly from the . Breastfeeding your premature baby - Your pregnancy and baby guide. Secondary navigation.

Why breast milk is important in helping your premature baby, how to express breast milk for a premature baby, and tips on breastfeeding directly from the breast. Planning: things to think about.

1 Breastfeeding your premature baby. Acknowledgements Written by Liz Jones, Neonatal Breastfeeding Coordinator, Julie Ebrey, mother of Marc, and Andy Spencer, Consultant Paediatrician, University Hospital of North Staffordshire.

Breastmilk is especially beneficial for any baby born prematurely. So even if your baby's too little or too poorly to nurse directly from you, you'll be encouraged to express your milk – even if only for a while. Here's what you need to know – with help from preemie-baby experts at Tommy's and Bliss.

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This book is about exactly what the title says. It's a quick read and packed with really useful information. I ordered it right away when my baby was born 9 weeks early, and it made me feel more confident that I would eventually have success with breastfeeding.
The Sinners from Mitar
Nice book because there are so few on the topic
Gralsa
Our daughter was a preemie - these books came the day she was born or just after - she was in the NICU for 2 weeks after birth - read several books that I ordered on Amazon - they were all helpful and glad to see there are resources Moms can read when they know or find out they will have a baby in the NICU...
Bil
I wish that I had had this book right after my son was born at 30 weeks. I had breastfed my older (full term) daughter but knew nothing about breastfeeding a preemie. This book gives a very positive outlook and really makes you feel like it is possible to nurse your preemie. There is information on pumping and storing your milk, on problems you may encounter while pumping, about kangaroo care and on helping your preemie learn to nurse, including pictures of nursing positions that are especially suited to preemies. Most importantly, there is information on ways to provide supplemental feedings other than by bottle to avoid the nipple confusion that may hinder breastfeeding.
This book is rather short. I don't think it is meant to be an all encompassing "how-to" breastfeeding manual, but rather a nice way to begin learning about breastfeeding a preemie. Anyone who wants to nurse their preemie should take the author's suggestions to see a lactation consultant to heart. My son came home exclusively breastfed and I owe my success in nursing to several caring, hardworking lactation consultants. You just can't learn everything you need to know from this or any book, but this book is a good place to start.
Asyasya
Although this is a thin book, it is helpful to get your bearings on how to breastfeed in the NICU. My main complaint is that it wasnt really long enough to address issues in depth, but it was a good first read.
Reighbyra
I'm the mom of a 29 weeker who weighed 1lb 10oz at birth. She barely tipped the scale at 4lbs on coming home two months later. I pumped breast milk while she was in the hospital and wanted to be able to breast feed when she came home. It was very difficult and I needed information on getting a preemie who's been bottle fed in the hospital to latch on. This book had general information but was no help with the specifics. It was a waste of money for me. It might be helpful for someone with a brand new preemie who is considering whether to try breastfeeding or not.
Steelcaster
This book contains helpful information, but fails to talk about one important aspect of a premature baby. It does not address how to manage being separated from your baby while it is in the NICU. I would have appreciated a little more focus on getting and keeping your supply up when you must pump, and cannot feed on demand. Otherwise, a very fine little book.
I was really hoping for lots of great info when I ordered this book, but it wasn't there. LLL really needs to update this and include the specifics that moms need to nurse a preemie. This is not a book but a pamphlet. When it came in I devoured it in a short amount of time and couldn't believe that that was "all there was". I really expected more of a LLL publication and was very disappointed, however, the info it did have was good and accurate, there just wasn't enough of it.