Experts now urge women to nurse their babies for at least one year, because breastfed infants are healthiest. But between sore nipples, engorged breasts and relatives who ask, “Are you still nursing?” it’s not always so easy. Here, one of the country’s best-known lactation consultants, Kathleen Huggins, R.N., M.S., offers reassurance and advice. Huggins is the author of The Nursing Mother’s Companion (The Harvard Common Press, 1995).
How do I get my baby to latch on so that nursing doesn’t hurt my nipples?