Low breastmilk supply has been a common issue raised to me by mommies. It’s also the common reason why most moms (even the moms I know) mix feed or completely stop breastfeeding. But do you really have low breastmilk supply?
A lot of moms have waited so long to know when is the right time to get a hair treatment. Some say they can’t because they are breastfeeding. Some say they are not allowed to because they might get *binat. *Binat is a Filipino term for getting sick again after having just recovered. Motherhood is quite
“Can I have my tooth extracted?” “Can I have a root canal?” “Will I get binat when I go to the dentist? *binat is a Filipino term for getting sick again after recovering. These are the questions that I would frequently encounter from Mom groups and on my Facebook page, so I thought it would be best to
Have you ever been forbidden to breastfeed when you got sick? Me, too. Well-meaning relatives would tell us to get as far away from the baby as possible when we get sick so we don’t transfer what we have to our baby. The thing is… IT IS A MYTH! It is actually more important that you
“Don’t drink cold!” “Don’t eat ice cream!” I’ve heard this so many times from people who knows that I’m breastfeeding. They said that if I eat or drink anything cold, my baby will get sick. This is not true! Read below to see the reasons why this is and will remain a myth: Everything that
Well-meaning relatives would probably advise us to offer both breasts in one feeding because your left breast is your baby’s food and your right is your baby’s drink. There’s actually a variation of this. Some say that one breast is rice and the other is “ulam” (any food that you can pair with rice). It won’t be a complete
Dear Pregnant Mom and all other Moms, Have you decided to breastfeed as soon as you give birth? If so, then good for you. If not, you might want to consider doing so. There are so many benefits you and your baby can get from breastfeeding. Other than it being beneficial, it is also economical.