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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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Recent Answers from ruth kraft

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

2014-02-22 Breastfeeding:

Hello :) the quick answer to this is yes you can breastfeed if you put the work into it.   Although this is far more complicated than I can answer in this one reply....  If you haev a good double electric

 

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