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Breastfeeding Supporting Services have been providing since August 2013, besides providing milk to infants we also provide service to mothers who are unable to feed their babies because of following reasons:
  • Premature and low birth weight infants who are unable to suck
  • Small nipple size
  • NG feeding
  • Less lactation
  • Nipple erection
  • Breast engorgement
Incomplete breast emptying in mothers due to non- feeding may cause milk to build up and lead to a plugged duct. This makes it difficult for the milk to move through the milk ducts often leading breasts to become swollen and painful. This in turn makes further breast-feeding painful. At times stored milk leads to abscess formation. Besides being painful for lactating mothers, missed breast-feedings add to malnutrition to infants. Thus in the best interest of breast-feeding mothers and infants, we provide medical services to mother to avoid such breast-feeding troubles by providing remedies as expression of milk using breast pumps etc.

Breast milk is best for your baby, and the benefits of breastfeeding extend well beyond basic nutrition. In addition to containing all the vitamins and nutrients your baby needs in the first six months of life, breast milk is packed with disease-fighting substances that protect your baby from illness.

Creating a supportive environment for breast feeding for working womens at workplaces, provide the space, time and support to make your workplace a Breastfeeding Friendly Workplace.

How breast feeding benefits of breast feeding you and your baby
  • Breast feeding protects your baby from a long list of illnesses
  • Breast feeding can protect your baby from developing allergies
  • Breast feeding may boost your child's intelligence
  • Breast feeding may protect your child from obesity
  • Breast feeding may lower your baby's risk of SIDS
  • Breast feeding can reduce your stress level and your risk of postpartum depression
  • Breast feeding may reduce your risk of some types of cancer
That's one reason the American Academy of Pediatricsrecommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months (although any amount of breastfeeding is beneficial). And scientific studies have shown that breastfeeding is good for your health, too.