(This book cannot be returned.)
If ever there were a more confusing problem for mothers and clinicians alike, it is recognising the role allergies play within a breastfeeding context.
Along with the confusion is a tremendous amount of frustration and downright desperation for many of those unfortunate enough to be affected. Despite their
common, everyday frequency now, allergies are almost an undiscovered country in modern life.
This book is the first of its kind to explore these issues and to offer ways to recognise and deal with them. Its message is that it is not nearly as difficult to persist with breastfeeding and dietary modifications as it is to live with the consequences of using artificial feeding - in both the short and longer term.