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Breastfeeding problems

Like so many other things in life, breastfeeding is something which needs to be learned. What will later be the most natural thing in the world to you may cause some problems at the start.

It is fine if it takes a little longer for a breastfeeding routine to become established which suits you and your baby. So don’t be disheartened if not everything runs smoothly straight away.

And do not shy away from obtaining professional help. Experienced midwives and lactation counsellors have numerous tricks up their sleeve.

We have put together the most frequent problems which may occur during breastfeeding as well as appropriate solutions:


To “Engorgement”

When the milk “comes in” you will notice that your breasts feel swollen, hot and are also a little painful. ...


To “Plugged milk ducts”

When the milk ducts are plugged, the milk can no longer flow to the nipples. ...


To “Mastitis”

If bacteria collects as a result of sore nipples or if the milk becomes greatly clogged for a sustained period, mastitis (inflammation of the breast) may result. ...


To “Sore nipples”

Your nipples firstly need to get used to the new demands. ...


To “Too much milk”

Particularly in the beginning when your milk comes in the breast may swell and feel painful. But don’t worry: ...


To “Too little milk”

Perhaps you are concerned that your milk supply is not sufficient to make your baby full. ...