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Mommy's Milk and More is the weekly podcast for both expecting and new parents wanting to know more about pregnancy, labor and delivery, breastfeeding, parenting, babies and the emotions involved in dealing with a new infant. Whether this is your first or your fourth baby it's always a challenge to parent an infant. Hosted by Veronica Tingzon, a certified Lactation Consultant, Lactation Educator, Doula, Child Birth Educator, Medical Assistant and most importantly, MOM. Expert information, friendly advice, opinions and different perspectives. Plus, Veronica's BREASTFEEDING Tip of the Week and some Pearls of Wisdom!

Latest Episodes

MMM 38 Galactogogues - Mommy's Little Lactation Helpers

Anne Sakoff discusses her personal battle with low milk supply. What initial steps did Anne go through to get her milk back up? What are herbal and medicinal galactogogues and where you can find these and other supplements. Plus, recipes you can try.

25 MIN2009 APR 21
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MMM 38 Galactogogues - Mommy's Little Lactation Helpers

MMM 37 Red Cross - WIC program for formula and breastfeeding moms

What is Woman, Infants and Children (WIC) and how it can be a great resource and assist with formula or in breastfeeding. In need of a hospital grade breast pump? Red Cross can help. Plus, different demographics; are the breastfeeding rates on the rise? Also, the importance of breastfeeding week

21 MIN2009 APR 21
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MMM 37 Red Cross - WIC program for formula and breastfeeding moms

MMM 36: Tandem Nursing

Dee Stacy shares her tandem nursing experiences including, how to hold, positions and how she portioned the feedings per child. Why her Dr. told her to quit while pregnant and how she had the courage to continue to breastfeed? Plus, good resources to learn more about tandem nursing. Also, resources for milk banks.

17 MIN2009 APR 21
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MMM 36: Tandem Nursing

MMM 35: Juvenile Diabetes

A Dr.'s misdiagnosis of a toddler with Juvenile Diabetes. What are the universal signs to look for and help you identify juvenile diabetes? How to cope with a toddler with juvenile diabetes? Ways to control, monitor with new pumps and new technology. Plus, how breastfeeding might have delayed the onset of juvenile diabetes.

19 MIN2009 APR 21
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MMM 35: Juvenile Diabetes

MMM 34: Maya's Birthing Story+Jaundice+Factor V Leiden Mutation+Formula for 24hrs.

Maya shares her rough pregnancy but even harder recovery. Her Factor V Leiden mutation and the risks involved. Her babies battle with Jaundice and why she choose to feed her newborn formula for 24 hours.

18 MIN2009 APR 21
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MMM 34: Maya's Birthing Story+Jaundice+Factor V Leiden Mutation+Formula for 24hrs.

MMM 33: An ENT's perspective of things that affect a baby's ability to properly breastfeed

Dr. James Ochi, an ear, nose and throat specialist talks about anatomical obstacles that can affect breastfeeding. Plus, how nasal aspirators can do more harm that good, why new moms should not blame themselves if newborns do not feed and cleff palets.

18 MIN2008 APR 18
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MMM 33: An ENT's perspective of things that affect a baby's ability to properly breastfeed

MMM 32: Don't Believe Everything You Read, See and Hear

A mother's battle with the ramifications of following the book BabyWise. What she learned? What was her reaction and what was the ultimate outcome? Plus, BF tip of the week.

18 MIN2008 MAR 30
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MMM 32: Don't Believe Everything You Read, See and Hear

MMM 31: Emergency Situations

In emergency situations, such as the aftermath of wildfires, flooding or hurricanes, breastfeeding is not merely important, it is vital – even lifesaving. This week we speak with Margaret Goebel, IBC Lactation Consultant and LLL about why remaining calm and breastfeeding as usual during unusual times is so important. Some BF tips for emergency situations and Veronicas Breastfeeding top if the Week.

38 MIN2008 MAR 21
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MMM 31: Emergency Situations

MMM 30: Newborns with Jaundice

Jaundice occurs quite frequently after birth, however a diagnosis of jaundice and any interventions involved in the treatment of jaundice may throw a breastfeeding mom into a tailspin. Today we're speaking with, Dr. Turner, a pediatrician from Kaiser Permanente, and his wife, Marilyn Turner, a pediatric nurse, lactation educator, and lactation consultant student, to help us understand what a diagnosis of jaundice means for you and your baby and how to continue to breastfeed through it.

62 MIN2007 NOV 10
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MMM 30: Newborns with Jaundice

MMM 29: Lactation Clinics: Are they different from a support group?

How much lactation help do you need? Is a breast feeding support group good enough? What if you don't have the means to hire a private lactation consultant? A lactation clinic allows you the lactation help without having to pay for it. Rose de Vigne-Jackowicz talks with us about running a lactation clinic. HAVE A QUESTION YOU WOULD LIKE US TO ANSWER? 858-565-BABY

46 MIN2007 OCT 17
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MMM 29: Lactation Clinics: Are they different from a support group?

Latest Episodes

MMM 38 Galactogogues - Mommy's Little Lactation Helpers

Anne Sakoff discusses her personal battle with low milk supply. What initial steps did Anne go through to get her milk back up? What are herbal and medicinal galactogogues and where you can find these and other supplements. Plus, recipes you can try.

25 MIN2009 APR 21
Comments
MMM 38 Galactogogues - Mommy's Little Lactation Helpers

MMM 37 Red Cross - WIC program for formula and breastfeeding moms

What is Woman, Infants and Children (WIC) and how it can be a great resource and assist with formula or in breastfeeding. In need of a hospital grade breast pump? Red Cross can help. Plus, different demographics; are the breastfeeding rates on the rise? Also, the importance of breastfeeding week

21 MIN2009 APR 21
Comments
MMM 37 Red Cross - WIC program for formula and breastfeeding moms

MMM 36: Tandem Nursing

Dee Stacy shares her tandem nursing experiences including, how to hold, positions and how she portioned the feedings per child. Why her Dr. told her to quit while pregnant and how she had the courage to continue to breastfeed? Plus, good resources to learn more about tandem nursing. Also, resources for milk banks.

17 MIN2009 APR 21
Comments
MMM 36: Tandem Nursing

MMM 35: Juvenile Diabetes

A Dr.'s misdiagnosis of a toddler with Juvenile Diabetes. What are the universal signs to look for and help you identify juvenile diabetes? How to cope with a toddler with juvenile diabetes? Ways to control, monitor with new pumps and new technology. Plus, how breastfeeding might have delayed the onset of juvenile diabetes.

19 MIN2009 APR 21
Comments
MMM 35: Juvenile Diabetes

MMM 34: Maya's Birthing Story+Jaundice+Factor V Leiden Mutation+Formula for 24hrs.

Maya shares her rough pregnancy but even harder recovery. Her Factor V Leiden mutation and the risks involved. Her babies battle with Jaundice and why she choose to feed her newborn formula for 24 hours.

18 MIN2009 APR 21
Comments
MMM 34: Maya's Birthing Story+Jaundice+Factor V Leiden Mutation+Formula for 24hrs.

MMM 33: An ENT's perspective of things that affect a baby's ability to properly breastfeed

Dr. James Ochi, an ear, nose and throat specialist talks about anatomical obstacles that can affect breastfeeding. Plus, how nasal aspirators can do more harm that good, why new moms should not blame themselves if newborns do not feed and cleff palets.

18 MIN2008 APR 18
Comments
MMM 33: An ENT's perspective of things that affect a baby's ability to properly breastfeed

MMM 32: Don't Believe Everything You Read, See and Hear

A mother's battle with the ramifications of following the book BabyWise. What she learned? What was her reaction and what was the ultimate outcome? Plus, BF tip of the week.

18 MIN2008 MAR 30
Comments
MMM 32: Don't Believe Everything You Read, See and Hear

MMM 31: Emergency Situations

In emergency situations, such as the aftermath of wildfires, flooding or hurricanes, breastfeeding is not merely important, it is vital – even lifesaving. This week we speak with Margaret Goebel, IBC Lactation Consultant and LLL about why remaining calm and breastfeeding as usual during unusual times is so important. Some BF tips for emergency situations and Veronicas Breastfeeding top if the Week.

38 MIN2008 MAR 21
Comments
MMM 31: Emergency Situations

MMM 30: Newborns with Jaundice

Jaundice occurs quite frequently after birth, however a diagnosis of jaundice and any interventions involved in the treatment of jaundice may throw a breastfeeding mom into a tailspin. Today we're speaking with, Dr. Turner, a pediatrician from Kaiser Permanente, and his wife, Marilyn Turner, a pediatric nurse, lactation educator, and lactation consultant student, to help us understand what a diagnosis of jaundice means for you and your baby and how to continue to breastfeed through it.

62 MIN2007 NOV 10
Comments
MMM 30: Newborns with Jaundice

MMM 29: Lactation Clinics: Are they different from a support group?

How much lactation help do you need? Is a breast feeding support group good enough? What if you don't have the means to hire a private lactation consultant? A lactation clinic allows you the lactation help without having to pay for it. Rose de Vigne-Jackowicz talks with us about running a lactation clinic. HAVE A QUESTION YOU WOULD LIKE US TO ANSWER? 858-565-BABY

46 MIN2007 OCT 17
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MMM 29: Lactation Clinics: Are they different from a support group?