Motilium effectively increases the amount of milk a mother can produce, though it as considered to be a side effect of the drug. Since the hormone prolactin stimulates cells in the breast to produce milk, the cycle can be affected if the quantity of dopamine increases, which has the effect of reducing secretion of prolactin.
Motilium has been widely available in almost every country around the world except the US since 1978. Motilium was approved over 20 years ago in Canada, and is the gastrointestinal medication of choice to treat nausea and vomiting in most countries. More recently, Motilium has also been increasingly prescribed to stimulate lactation in breast-feeding women.
Living in an era where the benefits of breast milk are better understood than ever before, demand for breast milk has reached an all time high, and now new mothers who are fortunate to produce vast amounts of breast milk are cashing in.
Teething times brings tears and irritability for both Mom and baby. However, there are many options available for parents today, from high-tech teether to uber-natural remedies like breastfeeding. Here is a list of the top 6 medicine-free teething remedies for your baby.
Canadians receive 50 weeks of partially paid maternity leave. Mexicans receive 3 months paid 100% of their salary. Swedes are at the upper end of the scale with 16 months of fully paid maternity or parental leave. The United States currently doesn't offer any federal funding for maternity leave. So unless you live in a “family-friendly” state such as California or Hawaii…you will receive barely any leave, and none of it paid when you have a child. This great article details the effect that this lack of support has on our growing families.