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    Breast Milk and Breastfeeding

    How much do you know about breast milk and breastfeeding? Double check your knowledge level with this quiz!


    The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests ending breastfeeding after one year.


    There are multiple nipple openings for milk to come out of (similar to a shower head).


    When caring for your nipples, one of the best things you can use is your own breast milk.


    Transition milk usually begins being produced around 14 days after your baby is born.


    Your baby should be back at birth weight 2 weeks after birth. (This is a sign they are getting enough to eat!)