Sore nipples? Here’s what you need to know to ensure the best breastfeeding experience for both you and your baby.
Milk blisters, blocked nipple pores, or blebs, can occur at any stage of your breastfeeding journey. We look at what
Want to get your breastfeeding journey off to a good start? Be sure to avoid these 8 things that could
We look at whether it is safe for HIV-infected mothers to breastfeed their babies.
Whether your milk supply is low or non-existent, you have a medical issue, or you simply choose not to breastfeed
You feel an instant connection to your baby when she latches onto your breast for the first time, but before
You feel an instant connection to your baby when she latches onto your breast for the first time, but now
Realising that your baby is hungry is one thing, but how do you know when he has had enough? Registered
You might love breastfeeding, but pumping? That’s a different story. These hacks will help you get the most from your
Professor Apffelstaedt, Associate Professor at the University of Stellenbosch and Head of the Neck and Breast clinic at Tygerberg Hospital
Planning to breastfeed? Here’s some of our tried-and-tested breastfeeding buys to make the journey a little easier. By Tammy Jacks
Your baby or toddler suddenly stopped breastfeeding? Here’s what you need to know. By Kim Bell
Can you stimulate your milk supply after you stop breastfeeding, or induce lactation as an adoptive mother? Charlene Yared-West explores
Is it good for your baby to carry on breastfeeding until she’s not, well, a baby anymore? By Lisa
Here’s why your baby may be refusing to breastfeed. By registered midwife Pippa Hime
Feeling too nervous to breastfeed in public? Try these tips and advice to overcome your fears.
Returning to work soon? Here’s how to make breastfeeding work even when you’re back at the office.
Answers to your questions about exercise and breastfeeding. By Candice Tehini
Registered dietician and Head of Discovery Vitality’s nutrition strategy Candice Smith gives advice on what moms should include in their
The myths and truths of this essential mineral, found naturally in your breast milk. By Sister Burgie Ireland
Just because you are breastfeeding, it doesn’t mean that your partner can’t help or support you. Registered midwife Pippa Hime
Registered midwife Philippa Hime provides advice on 10 common breastfeeding concerns.
Not sure how often to breastfeed or if your baby’s latching correctly? We’ve got you covered. See our expert answers
A little mother's milk is better than none. Catherine McCormack looks at the benefits of short-term breastfeeding.