How to Breastfeed: Mastering the Latch
Getting the proper latch can make or break your breastfeeding experience. Our step-by-step guide will help you do it right.
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Tilt his head forward placing his upper jaw deeply onto your breast; the goal is to get your nipple as far back into his mouth as possible. Make sure he takes the entire nipple and as much of the areola as he can into his mouth.
Keep your fingers under your breast to help your baby stay latched on correctly; if your arm starts to get tired, prop it up with an extra pillow.