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ruth kraft

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Almost anything that is Birth, pregnancy, new mother or breastfeeding information. If you want to join my newsletter with monthly tips please email me at Ruth@honoringwomen.com you can visit my website at www.honoringwomen.com

Experience in the area

I am a doula ( profession childbirth and postpartum support ) childbirth educator and hypnobirthing instructor.

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Certified through DONA international, CAPPA, HypnoBirthing and Florida outreach childbirth education program

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Certified through DONA international, CAPPA, HypnoBirthing and Florida outreach childbirth education program


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2017-01-23 Help:

it depends on which one you have.  Each STD is different so if you have one, you would want to see how that particular one is transmitted and apply that knowledge to any situation. AS an example is you

2015-12-17 nursing:

You can use cabbage leaves on your breasts , you leave them on until they wilt and then replace them. in a few days your milk will likely  dry up.     The theory is a good one but in practicality, it may

2015-11-19 Breastfeeding:

I am not sure what herbs you have available in India. Fenugreek is one that will often help moms increase supply. She needs to nurse as often as possible and pump every 2 hours for 15 minutes  to get milk

2014-04-27 Regarding newborn boy:

First I want to make sure I am clear that I am not a doctor. That being said, if your baby is breastfed only, then the green diapers may mean that she is only getting the foremilk in feeding. Meaning she

2014-03-13 breastfeeding:

You never really know... sorry that may not be the answer that you wanted to hear :(     I have had many women who easily go on to nurse with seriously sensitive nipples. breastfeeding is a very different

 

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