By Raising Children Network
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This video answers some common questions about breastfeeding. A lactation consultant says it’s quite common for babies to spit up some milk after a feed. Usually it doesn’t stop your baby gaining weight at a healthy pace. But if you’re concerned, talk to your child and family health nurse or GP. We also hear about nutrition and eating well for breastfeeding.
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  • Last updated or reviewed 13-06-2018
  • Acknowledgements

    This content was produced in collaboration with the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA). The Raising Children Network thanks Renee Kam, ABA breastfeeding counsellor and private lactation consultant, Yasna Blandin de Chalain, maternal and child health nurse and counsellor, and Simone Casey, ABA breastfeeding counsellor and private lactation consultant.

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