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Mothers’ perceptions of low milk supply is the most frequent cause of early weaning worldwide. Mothers may believe that they have low milk production and supplement, which leads to actual low milk production if mothers do not receive skilled professional interventions. Since, biologically, the majority of healthy mothers can produce enough milk for their babies, strategies should be focused on protecting this capacity rather than treating low milk supply once it occurs.
Objective 1: Participants will learn which prenatal parent education strategy may be effective in preventing low milk supply.
Objective 2: Participants will learn about antenatal expression of colostrum and its possible role in preventing low milk supply.
Objective 3: Participants will learn about the importance of breastfeeding support groups (“the tribe”) in the prevention of low milk supply.
Objective 1: Participants will understand the importance of immediate skin-to-skin contact for the prevention of low milk supply
Objective 2: Participants will understand the importance of early colostrum expression
Objective 1: Participants will know which interventions may be used effectively in this period to prevent of low milk supply
Objective 2: Participants will know what tools parents must have upon discharge to prevent low milk supply
Objective 1: Participants will be able to identify normal, effective suckling.
Objective 2: Participants will be able to determine signs of adequate milk supply and basic intervention if there is not.
Over the past seven years she has coordinated more than 40 breastfeeding courses, in which her educational team has trained over 3,000 doctors, midwives, and nurses from both the Spanish National Health Service and the private sector in Spain.
Dr. Baeza is part of a workgroup on ankyloglossia; they are currently conducting a clinical study to determine the effectiveness of frenotomy vs conservative treatment on posterior tongue-tie. She is also part of a workgroup for the study of chronic breast pain and mastitis.
Dr. Baeza is the author of Amar con los Brazos Abiertos (To Love with Open Arms), a parenting book. It has two parts, the first to make the science behind breastfeeding easy for parents to grasp, and the second to address everyday parenting emotional issues that parents can turn from barriers into assets for their family growth.
She is married to Carlos and has five children.
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