Breastfeeding: Patient Teaching

by Cathy Parkes January 11, 2024 Updated: February 16, 2024

Educate breastfeeding mothers that a correct latch is demonstrated by baby's nose, cheeks, and chin touching the breast with a portion of the areola in the infant's mouth.
Educate breastfeeding mothers that a correct latch is demonstrated by baby's nose, cheeks, and chin touching the breast with a portion of the areola in the infant's mouth. Adequate breastfeeding is marked by 6 - 8 wet diapers per day.

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