2. Try to Nurse within the First Hours of Delivery
This may not always be possible, depending on your circumstances. But, let the hospital know your wishes. The sooner you and your baby have skin-to-skin contact and start the process, the easier it will be for both of you.
3. Get Comfortable
Find a comfortable position for you and your baby while feeding. There are multiple positions that will work and you should try to change them up. Healthychildren.org recommends utilizing several different positions as it helps with muscle fatigue and can prevent your milk ducts from clogging.