What I Wish I Knew about Breastfeeding

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If a new mum asked you 'Why should I breastfeed? Why does everyone say it's so important?', what would you say?

What are the 'all to common' mistakes you always try to help new mothers avoid?

What advice do you have about handling the physical discomfort - and even excruciating pain (Ouch!) - that is sometimes part of it?

If a young niece or cousin was just about to have a baby and asked you for some 'insider' breastfeeding tips, what advice would you give them?

If you could sit a new mum down and pass on just one piece of advice about breastfeeding what would it be?

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