Breastfeeding Blog & Resources

Keep up to date with Ameda Direct and news from the breastfeeding / breast pumping world! Read our helpful articles below and get in touch with us if you’re interested in our products or just need support during your breastfeeding journey!

 

Pregnancy Checklist: Third Trimester

Congratulations! You've made it to the final trimester of your pregnancy. At this point, you may start to feel somewhat uncomfortable as your baby continues to grow and your body prepares for your little one's arrival. You may feel slightly overwhelmed at...

Pregnancy Checklist: Second Trimester

Congratulations! You are officially in the second trimester of your pregnancy. This is the trimester that women typically enjoy the most. Morning sickness and tiredness normally go away, and you aren't so big yet that pregnancy is uncomfortable. You may...

Pregnancy Checklist: First Trimester

Congratulations! With the appearance of those two pink lines on the pregnancy test, you found out that your body, heart and life will be forever changed. Though you may still be processing the fact that you are expecting a little one, your body is already...

Fertility Treatments

Experiencing infertility is one of the most trying and heartbreaking experiences that a couple can go through. Approximately 7.3 million people in the United States, which is approximately 12 percent of those who are in their childbearing years, are infertile. It can...

What to Know About C-Section Recovery

Whether your c-section was planned months before your little one made their debut or you had an emergency c-section, your doctor probably went over what to expect during the surgery. What you may not have been prepared for, however, is the recovery period after...

Tips for Moms with Preemies

Approximately 15 million babies, or one out of every 13 babies, are born prematurely each year. A premature baby is an infant who is born before he or she reaches 37 weeks gestation. This term encompasses a broad spectrum of babies who may be as young as 22 to 24...

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