Home Breastfeeding problems Breastfeeding problems Breastfeeding problems can happen to every new mum and most are a lot more common than you might think. From mastitis to low milk supply supply or breastfeeding pain, it’s very common for breastfeeding mums to encounter issues when they start feeding their babies with breast milk. We’ve spoken to experts on some of the most common breastfeeding problems so you know exactly what to do and how to overcome issues related to breastfeeding your baby. Mastitis: what are the symptoms of mastitis and how to treat it The condition is more common during the first three months of breastfeeding How to stop breastfeeding: When and how is best to stop breastfeeding your baby? Everything you need to know on saying bye bye to breastfeeding... Thrush and breastfeeding: What are the symptoms of thrush and what is the best treatment? All you need to know about thrush and breastfeeding Breastfeeding pain: What causes it and how to treat it? Breastfeeding pain is extremely common among new mothers – however, this can often indicate that something is wrong so should not be discarded as a ‘normal’ reaction if the pain persists for a lengthy period of time. Insufficient breastfeeding: What you need to know 'The mother should not feel any sense of failure or guilt'