Looking after your breasts

Advice from Tigex


  • Looking after your breasts

    If you have decided to breastfeed your child, then during the final month of pregnancy you can start to massage your nipple so that it gets used to the stimulation it will soon be receiving. If you like, you can apply a...

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  • Frequency of feeds

    The first question likely to cross your mind is  « How many feeds will my baby need? » There are no hard and fast rules, and above all, at the start, your baby should find his or her own pace – and so should you!...

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  • Stress-free breast feeding

    Ask the healthcare staff to give your baby to you straight after the birth, so that the latch-on takes place within the first few minutes. A newborn is often hungry very quickly after the birth, and he is perfectly...

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  • Preparing bottles

    Always wash your hands thoroughly before preparing bottles Make sure that the bottle you are using is clean and sterile.   Fill it with the required volume of water   The water should always be still...

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  • Equipment required

    1/ Choosing the right teat a) Teat material: Rubber (or latex) is a natural, flexible material that is preferred by a large majority of mothers. For babies that have trouble feeding, or for a newborn, this softness is...

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  • Stress-free bottle-feeding

    Humanised milk is designed to be as similar as possible to breast milk and to provide every element needed for your baby´s health and growth. Just like breastfeeding, feed times can be flexible, and vary from one baby...

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  • Thumb or soother?

    A problematic choice for some parents! What with little fears, big tears and milk teeth coming through, it is not always easy to console baby! Some babies are born with a stronger need to suckle than others. With his...

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  • All about baby´s first teeth

    Around the age of 6 months, you will have the pleasure of seeing your baby´s first tooth appear! Teeth tend to come through two by two, with the first tooth usually being the lower middle incisor. A difficult period...

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  • Choosing the right soother

    Some babies have a strong need to suckle, which is why it is important to choose the right soother! Phsiologic soothers are adapted to suit the shape of baby´s mouth. They allow the jaw to develop correctly and reduce...

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  • The right food at the right time

    These few lines of advice should help you deal with this period of dietary change. However, remember that if your baby has an allergy or has to follow a special diet, then you should not follow our recommendations....

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