First of all, I must say that sometimes whatever you do, you cannot breastfeed or you cannot produce milk due to a discomfort in a woman. You can also choose not to breastfeed. Everybody who feeds or feeds children is no less intelligent!
In hospitals, newborn nurses and midwives have knowledge and training on breastfeeding. Hospital policies also support breastfeeding. But not all. When I gave birth to my daughter, midwives and nurses were saying something different in every breastfeeding session.
Put the baby like that. No milk, no food. Eventually we had an intensive care process due to stomach sensitivity and vomiting and I couldn't breast-feed when I thought I was breast-feeding, I couldn't feed my baby. On top of that, I returned home crying with the prescription of the pediatrician.
My neighbor is a breastfeeding counselor and she can relieve me by teaching me to breastfeed, explaining to me how milk production is, and then I learned the truth.
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