Although breast feeding has some advantages, not every mother in the breastfeeding process is in plain sailing, many nursing mothers will encounter a variety of problems.
The baby cannot get the nipples:
Putting nipples in the baby's mouth to ensure smooth sucking is the first thing the mother (especially for first-born mothers and mothers with crater nipples), the father, nurses, nursing workers and the baby need to work on.
The first week of breast feeding is the "suffering" days of mothers: the mother will go through such a cyclic process of "sucking-cracking-aching" for a period of time! However, if the pain persists during feeding, please make sure that the baby puts the nipple in mouth correctly and the baby does not have a short frenum linguae.
Mastitis caused by bacterial infections is a disease with high incidence during lactation, characterized by hard knots in breasts, which, like the flu, may cause fever.
It makes mothers miserable when they suffer a high incidence of mastitis during the period when they have to pump breastmilk at work and during weaning period.