Mother who was nearly killed by breastfeeding - and why she's STILL certain it's the best way to nourish your baby 

Breastfeeding has been shown to have many health benefits, for mother and baby - and Cassandra Fellingham is pleased and proud she was able to breastfeed all three of her children.
Yet two years ago, breastfeeding her third baby left Cassandra, 34, suffering from a condition that nearly killed her.
She'd developed mastitis, which affects one in ten breastfeeding women and occurs when a milk duct, which transports milk to the nipple, becomes blocked. Milk builds up in the breast, leading to painful inflammation.
There are 15 to 20 milk ducts in each breast - these can become blocked for a... read more

 
2 March 2015 in Health, Views: 31
Source: Daily Mail
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