Maternity and Career
Maternity and career, is a much discussed subject, the return to work after maternity leave. The pain of a mother leaving her child is very great. A period in which she will have to make some decisions, and generally most want to extend the breastfeeding period, and avoid introducing other types of milk or even weaning early.
It is important for society to mobilize so that more and more mothers have the opportunity to continue breastfeeding. Babies who breastfeed fall ill less, mothers who breastfeed for longer periods have less risk of acquiring various diseases.
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Breastfeeding and getting back to work
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Unfortunately, we still live in a world where companies do not support, and prefer to dismiss an employee on her return from maternity leave.
The Ministry of Health recommends breast-feeding until the age of two or more years, and that during the first 6 months the baby receives only breast milk (exclusive breastfeeding), that is, no need for juices, teas, water and other foods. The longer the baby sucks at the mother’s breast, the better for him and for the mother (Check here Milk Pump and its benefits). After 6 months, breastfeeding should be complemented with other healthy foods and family habits, but should not stop.
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To ease this pain and prepare you for this moment in the best possible way, I bring a definitive manual Maternity and Career for you to learn details and valuable information on how to guide / keep breastfeeding and offering breast milk to the baby after returning to work.
Who this manual is for
This definitive manual Maternity and Career is intended for pregnant women, mothers and professionals who accompany pairs of mothers and babies.
What will you learn from this manual?
- A brief account of our rights and breastfeeding in the context of returning to work;
- How milk production works;
- Getting ready to get back to work;
- Milking: which to choose and how to do it;
- Storage and conservation of milk;
- Milk stock and working hours;
- Like offering the milked milk;
- Overcoming challenges and difficulties;
- My baby is growing up!
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About the Author of the Manual Definitive
Isa Crivellaro, International Breastfeeding Consultant for IBLCE. Her mission is to help mothers and babies fully experience their breastfeeding process!
Mother and professional of the area, knows how this walk sometimes brings challenges, especially at the time of returning to work, being necessary support, persistence and especially: INFORMATION!
This definitive manual has come to change the reality of breastfeeding in Brazil and the world!
You want to get this definitive manual, click here!