Hey there, mama’s! Are you struggling with painful latching while breastfeeding? Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. In this video, I’ll be showing you 3 easy ways to fix your latch and make breastfeeding pain free. So grab a cup of tea, sit back, and let’s get started!

The first step to fixing your latch is to make sure your baby is properly positioned. This means bringing your baby to your breast, rather than bringing your breast to your baby. Your baby’s nose should be level with your nipple, and their mouth should be wide open with their tongue down. This will ensure a deep latch and prevent nipple pain.

The second way to fix your latch is to check for tongue tie or lip tie in your baby. If your baby is having trouble latching or staying latched, it may be due to a tongue or lip tie. These conditions can make it difficult for your baby to properly latch onto your breast. If you suspect your baby has a tongue or lip tie, consult with a lactation consultant or pediatrician for further evaluation and treatment options.

The third way to fix your latch is to practice different nursing positions. Sometimes a simple change in positioning can make all the difference in achieving a pain-free latch. Experiment with different positions such as the football hold, cradle hold, or side-lying position to find what works best for you and your baby.

Remember, breastfeeding is a learning process for both you and your baby. It may take some time and practice to perfect your latch, but don’t get discouraged. With patience and perseverance, you can overcome any latch issues and enjoy a pain-free breastfeeding experience. So keep at it, mama’s, and happy nursing!


3 Easy Ways to Fix Your Latch (and make breastfeeding pain free!)

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