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The complete book of breastfeeding, Sally Wendkos Olds, Laura Marks, & Marvin Eiger

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The complete book of breastfeeding
Title
The complete book of breastfeeding
Statement of responsibility
Sally Wendkos Olds, Laura Marks, & Marvin Eiger
Title variation
Breastfeeding
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Overview: The Complete Book of Breastfeeding will help you make the most of your nursing experience. Written by Sally Wendkos Olds, an award-winning medical author who nursed her own three children; Dr. Laura Marks, a pediatrician and breastfeeding authority who nursed her three children; and Dr. Marvin S. Eiger, a pediatrician and former director of a hospital-based lactation program, it provides you with complete information, support, and strategies to make nursing your baby a deeply rewarding part of your life. One of the most recognized classics in the field, completely revised and updated, incorporating new AAP guidelines throughout - with expanded sections on nutrition, the role of the father, working mothers, and more
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DLC
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illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
The complete book of breastfeeding, Sally Wendkos Olds, Laura Marks, & Marvin Eiger
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction -- Will You Or Won't You?: -- 30-day guarantee -- Why breastfeed? Why not? -- Benefits for the baby -- Disadvantages of formula-feeding -- American Academy of Pediatrics statement on breastfeeding -- Some of the ways breastfed babies differ from formula-fed babies -- From Sally Olds: a mother's enjoyment -- Importance of breastfeeding for the mother -- WIC program -- When breastfeeding may not be an option -- Reasons women give for not wanting to breastfeed -- History lesson: how our society has influenced women -- Today's society and breastfeeding -- What will you do? -- Questions You May Have About Breastfeeding -- Miracle Of Lactation: -- Development of your breasts -- Anatomy of your breasts -- How your baby gets your milk: the let-down reflex -- Sings of an active let-down reflex -- Menstruation, ovulation, and pregnancy -- Human milk: the ultimate health food -- Before Your Baby Comes: -- Choosing your health care providers -- Types of health care provider -- Questions to ask health practitioners -- Choosing where you'll give birth -- Ten steps to successful breastfeeding in a baby-friendly hospital -- Packing your bag -- Choosing when you'll give birth -- Prenatal classes -- Preparing your breasts -- Who will mother you? -- To grandmas: how you can help -- Your Baby Is Here: -- Ideal beginning -- Recommendations for successful breastfeeding from the American Academy of Pediatrics -- Breastfeeding in a hospital or birthing center -- First nursing -- Gift that you don't want -- Cesarean birth -- Mother-baby contact -- Hospital help -- Hospital hindrance -- Speak up in the hospital -- Newborn health measures -- Breastfeeding Begins: -- Bringing your baby to the breast: positive positioning -- What makes a good position for breastfeeding? -- How your baby gets your milk -- How to tell when a baby is actively suckling -- Waking a sleepy baby -- How frequently should you nurse your new baby? -- How long should early nursing periods last? -- Burping your baby -- Bowel movements -- Your baby's first posthospital doctor's visit -- Your baby's weight after birth -- Is my baby getting enough milk? -- Judging intake by output -- Jaundice in infants -- When to seek immediate help -- Exclusive pumping -- Bottle-feed the breastfed baby -- How to bottle-feed the breastfed baby -- You Are A Nursing Family: -- Breastfeeding at home -- Tips on relaxing before and/or during feedings -- Popular pacifier -- If you have "too much" milk -- Breast milk bonus -- Babywearing -- When your baby cries -- Colicky baby -- Ways to comfort a crying baby -- Sleeping arrangements -- Sleep and lack of it: night feedings -- Encouraging a baby to give up nighttime nursing -- Ways to guard your rest -- Diapers, revisited -- What is your baby like? -- How to discourage biting -- Cutting down on spitting up -- What will you can it? -- Life as part of a nursing family -- Diet, Exercise, And Your Health: -- Diet: what you eat, what you drink -- Guidelines for healthy eating -- Healthy eating pyramid -- Avoiding harmful environmental substances -- Losing weight: how much, how soon? -- What the labels usually mean -- Exercise: how much, how soon? -- Exercise guide for the nursing mother -- How do you feel-and why do you feel this way? -- Ways to boost your postpartum morale -- Differences between postpartum blues an postpartum depression -- Confident, Comfortable Nursing At Home And Away: -- Care of your breasts -- Finding the right nursing bra -- How you look -- Going out with your baby -- Nursing in public -- Flying with your nursing baby --
  • Drugs And The Nursing Mother: -- Resources and information about drugs and breastfeeding -- Drugs during childbirth -- Medicines -- Medicines that can usually be taken safely by nursing mothers -- Medicines that should not be taken by nursing mothers -- Medicines that require a temporary cessation of breastfeeding -- Medicines of concern -- Birth control -- Herbs and other natural remedies -- Recreational and hard drugs -- Minimizing the effect of nicotine on your nursing baby -- Pumping, Expressing, And Storing Breast Milk: -- What kind of pump do you need? -- Choosing a pump -- Principles that apply to all methods of collecting milk -- Note of caution about Bisphenol A (BPA) -- How to handle expressed and pumped breast milk -- Storing collected breast milk -- Offering expressed milk to your baby -- Working Nursing Mother: -- Finding support -- Planning ahead: while you're pregnant and still on the job -- Employer-supported lactation programs -- Planning ahead: while you're on your maternity leave -- Tips for feeding a baby from a cup -- Your baby's feedings while you're at work -- Back at work -- Wardrobe tips for the working breastfeeding mother -- Breastfeeding: A Sexual Passage: -- Sexy? Or not so sexy? -- Resuming sexual activity -- Pelvic floor (Kegel) exercises -- You and your relationship -- Five phases of female sexuality -- Female sexuality -- Sensuous nature of breastfeeding -- Birth control -- Contraception for the nursing mother -- Your partner is still your lover -- Especially For Dad Or Partner: -- Breastfeeding's benefits for you, the father -- Becoming a father -- Father's importance in the family -- Boot camp for new Dads -- Your baby's mother is still you lover -- Rolling up your sleeves -- How a "breastfeeding" father can nurture a baby -- You can be a complete father -- Getting support for yourself -- Preventing And Treating Nursing-Related Problems: -- Disagreement with your doctor -- Engorgement (hard, swollen breasts) -- Ways to relieve engorgement -- Sore nipples -- Thrush -- Clogged duct (plugged duct, "caked" breasts) -- Breast infection (mastitis) -- Galactocele (milk-retention cyst) -- Sudden increase in baby's demand -- Baby who gains too slowly -- Helping the older baby who isn't gaining -- Nursing supplementers -- Baby who gains too fast -- Temporary rejection of the breast ("nursing strike") -- When an older baby refuses the breast -- Special Situations: -- Breastfeeding your preterm (premature) infant -- Separation of mother and baby -- If your baby gets sick -- If you get sick -- If you have had breast surgery -- Piercing and tattooing -- Twins and more -- Nursing through a pregnancy and tandem nursing afterward -- Milk banks -- Breastfeeding another woman's baby -- Relactation and nursing an adopted baby -- Succeeding at induced lactation or relactation -- Babies with special needs -- Beyond Breastfeeding: -- Vitamins -- Recommended vitamin and mineral supplementation for breastfed babies -- Weaning your child -- Extended breastfeeding -- When are you going to stop nursing? -- How should you wean? -- Suggestions for weaning the older child -- How weaning affects you -- Other food and drink -- Offering solid foods -- Staying close with your child -- Appendix 1: Breastfeeding and the law -- Appendix 2: Resource appendix: helpful organizations and sources of information -- Appendix 3: Website appendix -- Appendix 4: Comparison of cow's milk and human milk -- Index
Control code
ocn317450347
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Fourth edition
Extent
xix, 427 pages
Isbn
9780761151135
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2009029123
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780761151135
  • (OCoLC)317450347
  • (Sirsi) b13502074
Label
The complete book of breastfeeding, Sally Wendkos Olds, Laura Marks, & Marvin Eiger
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Introduction -- Will You Or Won't You?: -- 30-day guarantee -- Why breastfeed? Why not? -- Benefits for the baby -- Disadvantages of formula-feeding -- American Academy of Pediatrics statement on breastfeeding -- Some of the ways breastfed babies differ from formula-fed babies -- From Sally Olds: a mother's enjoyment -- Importance of breastfeeding for the mother -- WIC program -- When breastfeeding may not be an option -- Reasons women give for not wanting to breastfeed -- History lesson: how our society has influenced women -- Today's society and breastfeeding -- What will you do? -- Questions You May Have About Breastfeeding -- Miracle Of Lactation: -- Development of your breasts -- Anatomy of your breasts -- How your baby gets your milk: the let-down reflex -- Sings of an active let-down reflex -- Menstruation, ovulation, and pregnancy -- Human milk: the ultimate health food -- Before Your Baby Comes: -- Choosing your health care providers -- Types of health care provider -- Questions to ask health practitioners -- Choosing where you'll give birth -- Ten steps to successful breastfeeding in a baby-friendly hospital -- Packing your bag -- Choosing when you'll give birth -- Prenatal classes -- Preparing your breasts -- Who will mother you? -- To grandmas: how you can help -- Your Baby Is Here: -- Ideal beginning -- Recommendations for successful breastfeeding from the American Academy of Pediatrics -- Breastfeeding in a hospital or birthing center -- First nursing -- Gift that you don't want -- Cesarean birth -- Mother-baby contact -- Hospital help -- Hospital hindrance -- Speak up in the hospital -- Newborn health measures -- Breastfeeding Begins: -- Bringing your baby to the breast: positive positioning -- What makes a good position for breastfeeding? -- How your baby gets your milk -- How to tell when a baby is actively suckling -- Waking a sleepy baby -- How frequently should you nurse your new baby? -- How long should early nursing periods last? -- Burping your baby -- Bowel movements -- Your baby's first posthospital doctor's visit -- Your baby's weight after birth -- Is my baby getting enough milk? -- Judging intake by output -- Jaundice in infants -- When to seek immediate help -- Exclusive pumping -- Bottle-feed the breastfed baby -- How to bottle-feed the breastfed baby -- You Are A Nursing Family: -- Breastfeeding at home -- Tips on relaxing before and/or during feedings -- Popular pacifier -- If you have "too much" milk -- Breast milk bonus -- Babywearing -- When your baby cries -- Colicky baby -- Ways to comfort a crying baby -- Sleeping arrangements -- Sleep and lack of it: night feedings -- Encouraging a baby to give up nighttime nursing -- Ways to guard your rest -- Diapers, revisited -- What is your baby like? -- How to discourage biting -- Cutting down on spitting up -- What will you can it? -- Life as part of a nursing family -- Diet, Exercise, And Your Health: -- Diet: what you eat, what you drink -- Guidelines for healthy eating -- Healthy eating pyramid -- Avoiding harmful environmental substances -- Losing weight: how much, how soon? -- What the labels usually mean -- Exercise: how much, how soon? -- Exercise guide for the nursing mother -- How do you feel-and why do you feel this way? -- Ways to boost your postpartum morale -- Differences between postpartum blues an postpartum depression -- Confident, Comfortable Nursing At Home And Away: -- Care of your breasts -- Finding the right nursing bra -- How you look -- Going out with your baby -- Nursing in public -- Flying with your nursing baby --
  • Drugs And The Nursing Mother: -- Resources and information about drugs and breastfeeding -- Drugs during childbirth -- Medicines -- Medicines that can usually be taken safely by nursing mothers -- Medicines that should not be taken by nursing mothers -- Medicines that require a temporary cessation of breastfeeding -- Medicines of concern -- Birth control -- Herbs and other natural remedies -- Recreational and hard drugs -- Minimizing the effect of nicotine on your nursing baby -- Pumping, Expressing, And Storing Breast Milk: -- What kind of pump do you need? -- Choosing a pump -- Principles that apply to all methods of collecting milk -- Note of caution about Bisphenol A (BPA) -- How to handle expressed and pumped breast milk -- Storing collected breast milk -- Offering expressed milk to your baby -- Working Nursing Mother: -- Finding support -- Planning ahead: while you're pregnant and still on the job -- Employer-supported lactation programs -- Planning ahead: while you're on your maternity leave -- Tips for feeding a baby from a cup -- Your baby's feedings while you're at work -- Back at work -- Wardrobe tips for the working breastfeeding mother -- Breastfeeding: A Sexual Passage: -- Sexy? Or not so sexy? -- Resuming sexual activity -- Pelvic floor (Kegel) exercises -- You and your relationship -- Five phases of female sexuality -- Female sexuality -- Sensuous nature of breastfeeding -- Birth control -- Contraception for the nursing mother -- Your partner is still your lover -- Especially For Dad Or Partner: -- Breastfeeding's benefits for you, the father -- Becoming a father -- Father's importance in the family -- Boot camp for new Dads -- Your baby's mother is still you lover -- Rolling up your sleeves -- How a "breastfeeding" father can nurture a baby -- You can be a complete father -- Getting support for yourself -- Preventing And Treating Nursing-Related Problems: -- Disagreement with your doctor -- Engorgement (hard, swollen breasts) -- Ways to relieve engorgement -- Sore nipples -- Thrush -- Clogged duct (plugged duct, "caked" breasts) -- Breast infection (mastitis) -- Galactocele (milk-retention cyst) -- Sudden increase in baby's demand -- Baby who gains too slowly -- Helping the older baby who isn't gaining -- Nursing supplementers -- Baby who gains too fast -- Temporary rejection of the breast ("nursing strike") -- When an older baby refuses the breast -- Special Situations: -- Breastfeeding your preterm (premature) infant -- Separation of mother and baby -- If your baby gets sick -- If you get sick -- If you have had breast surgery -- Piercing and tattooing -- Twins and more -- Nursing through a pregnancy and tandem nursing afterward -- Milk banks -- Breastfeeding another woman's baby -- Relactation and nursing an adopted baby -- Succeeding at induced lactation or relactation -- Babies with special needs -- Beyond Breastfeeding: -- Vitamins -- Recommended vitamin and mineral supplementation for breastfed babies -- Weaning your child -- Extended breastfeeding -- When are you going to stop nursing? -- How should you wean? -- Suggestions for weaning the older child -- How weaning affects you -- Other food and drink -- Offering solid foods -- Staying close with your child -- Appendix 1: Breastfeeding and the law -- Appendix 2: Resource appendix: helpful organizations and sources of information -- Appendix 3: Website appendix -- Appendix 4: Comparison of cow's milk and human milk -- Index
Control code
ocn317450347
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
Fourth edition
Extent
xix, 427 pages
Isbn
9780761151135
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2009029123
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780761151135
  • (OCoLC)317450347
  • (Sirsi) b13502074

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