Whether a woman is expecting, planning for or has given birth to a baby, the questions of whether or t to breastfeed and how to do so, will inadvertently come up. With so many changes taking place in a new mother's life, frustrations with breastfeeding can become ather speed bump on the road to bonding with her baby. NURSE BARB'S PERSONAL GUIDE TO BREASTFEEDING is a highly detailed guide to making certain both the breastfeeding mother and her baby are healthy and happy. With step-by-step instructions, Nurse Barb instructs the reader on every facet of breastfeeding, from getting ready to breastfeed to weaning her baby and offers advice in difficult circumstances, including baby blues and post-partum depression. This is an indispensable resource for mothers, whether they are experiencing their first pregnancy or are already a veteran mum. In a down-to-earth, friendly tone, Nurse Barb takes the guesswork out of breastfeeding and prepares mothers for the challenges and joys ahead. Nurse Barb's Personal Guides are an extension of what Barb Dehn offers to her own patients: relatable information, easy-to-understand explanations and guidelines for navigating the often-turbulent waters of women's health.
Barb Dehn,, also known as Nurse Barb, is a practising Women's Health Nurse Practitioner, award-winning author and a recognised health expert. She holds a BS from Boston College and earned her masters degree at the University of California, San Francisco. An in-demand and popular speaker on all aspects of women's health, she, also, lectures at Stanford and appears frequently as a health expert on television.