These 5 Facts Could Explain Why Your Baby Wants To Breastfeed All The Time

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Image: instagram/ivetteivens. Ivette Ivens is a talented photographer raising awareness against the stigma related to breastfeeding

You might need a boost in your milk production

It’s usually advised that mothers follow their babies’ lead in feeding them as opposed to scheduled feeds. Following your baby’s lead is best because he will breastfeed more when he needs more milk – usually when he is going through a growth spurt or hitting a developmental milestone.

His frequent demands for milk will lead to an increase in your own milk supply.

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