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Pump More Milk with Hands-On Pumping

Written by Tanya, IBCLC It's one of the best-kept secrets in the world of breastfeeding: using your hands when you pump can produce up to 50% more milk! A technique called “hands-on pumping,” researched by Dr. Jane Morton at Stanford University, is a simple and effective way to produce more milk... Continue Reading >

What in the World is Wharton’s Jelly?

Written by Sarah, IBCLC, Doula No one ever really talks about the belly button.  Its significance, purpose, and overall function is pretty vague.  As babies and toddlers, we are taught about it as a body part, “touch your nose…touch your belly button”. Mostly just to see that we know the names a... Continue Reading >

9 Tips For Maximizing Your Pumping Output

Written by Wendy, IBCLC Moms who pump for their babies are superheroes, in my book. Pumping isn’t always easy, and it’s normal to run into challenges along the way: finding time to pump, getting adequate support, and balancing breastfeeding and pumping. Yet as moms, we find that one of the most... Continue Reading >

Five Tips for Getting Rid of a Painful Bleb (Milk Blister)

If you've ever had a bleb (also known as a milk blister) you know that they can be both painful and difficult to get rid of.  They can also lead to plugged ducts because they prevent milk from exiting the breast normally.   A bleb is a little white spot on the tip of the nipple that can look lik... Continue Reading >