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In any case and whatever the posture or position chosen, it is important to verify that the grip of the baby to the breast , and its suction, are correct, and open your mouth, lips everted, tongue under the nipple and nose and chin touching his chest.
And you will not drown?
Babies are born with a strong survival instinct, and depart with whatever decision they obstruct the airways. In fact, when a baby is cold and retained mucus in the nose impedes breathing by it, it departs from the chest throwing her head back by not being able to suckle forever bust and breathe through your mouth at the same time. No need to pinch the chest with your fingers or tear the baby's nose. The characteristic "snub little nose" babies allows them to breathe through the nostrils while having the literally stuck to the breast face.

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