If you have questions about breastfeeding and you’re looking for quality and individualized lactation support, Mohammad Al-Harastani, MD, FAAP, and Sami Al-Harastani, MD, and the team Lapeer Pediatrics are here to help. In Lapeer, Michigan, the experts provide compassionate lactation support to assist you with breastfeeding. You can find detailed information, friendly faces, and expert care at Lapeer Pediatrics. Call the office or schedule an appointment online today.
Lactation support refers to medical assistance and expert guidance to help you with breastfeeding. Many women value having medical support when it comes to breastfeeding their newborns.
Breastfeeding provides your baby with many health benefits. Breast milk contains the right balance of nutrients during their early development to help your newborn grow into a strong and healthy child.
In today’s hurried world, breastfeeding can present difficulties for many mothers. But almost all problems encountered by a new mother during breastfeeding can be remedied with the right medical support and information.
Women choose lactation support for many reasons. You might choose lactation support if you feel completely overwhelmed by breastfeeding or if you’d just prefer to have medical guidance.
If it’s your first time breastfeeding, you might also be interested in learning as much as you can and receiving valuable medical support.
Breastfeeding offers many benefits. Babies find breast milk easier to digest. The hormones, cells, and antibodies in breast milk protect babies from illnesses like asthma, eczema, Type 2 diabetes, respiratory infections, obesity, and more. Breastfeeding also reduces the mother’s risk of breast cancer, ovarian cancer, postpartum depression, and Type 2 diabetes.
With breastfeeding, you don’t have to worry about buying, measuring, mixing, and warming formula. In many cases, breastfeeding can save you money. Breastfeeding also gives you the benefit of physical contact and bonding with your newborn.
In most cases, mothers who breastfeed lose their pregnancy weight faster, and their uterus and birthing canal recover faster than women who don’t breastfeed.
The Lapeer Pediatrics team can also educate you on how to live a healthier lifestyle and optimize your nutrition, to improve the health of you, your baby, and the quality of your breast milk.
If you have any concerns or questions about breastfeeding, the pediatricians at Lapeer Pediatrics are here to help.
At Lapeer Pediatrics, the pediatricians believe that breast milk is the best milk. For more information on lactation support, visit Lapeer Pediatrics by clicking the online booking tool or calling today.