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Breastfeeding and CMPA Support For New and/or Allergy Parents

Breastfeeding and CMPA support is critical to new mothers persevering with nursing, especially if allergies exist.

Breastfeeding and CMPA Support

Image show a mother with painted red nails nursing her baby.

Breastfeeding your newborn is a profoundly special experience, but it can also bring many challenges – particularly if your little one shows symptoms of an allergy. 

As ever, the advice given here is based upon my personal experiences and is not intended to replace the guidance of a qualified medical professional. Go here for NHS guidance.

I’ve put together a wealth of information based upon my nursing journey with both my daughters, which can be accessed below.

Mother laying down and breastfeeding her newborn.

Allergies or no, if you’re new to this and you don’t need any kind of nursing support, then you’re rarer (and luckier!) than a unicorn.

Breastfeeding and CMPA Support For New and/or Allergy Parents

Support for breastfeeding and CMPA is vital for new mothers persevering with nursing, especially if allergies exist.

I really hope the information contained here proves useful, and if you have any questions please do feel free to contact me, I’m always happy to help if I can.

Best of luck during this special time with your little one!