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Problemas de la Lactancia - la Madre

Problemas de la Lactancia - la Madre

Aprender a amamantar puede ser fácil para algunas mujeres, y más difícil para algunas otras. En el directorio que aparece a continuación encontrará información adicional acerca de los problemas de la lactancia para las madres, para los cuales le proveemos una breve descripción.

El Dolor en los Pezones

La Insuficiencia o el Retraso en la Producción de Leche

La Producción Escasa de Leche

Los Pezones Planos o Invertidos

La Obstrucción de los Conductos Galactóforos

La Mastitis

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