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What is it?

Breastfeeding / Nursing Aversion & Agitation (BAA) is a phenomenon whereby breastfeeding / pumping mothers experience negative emotions triggered whilst breastfeeding, these include anger, rage, agitation and irritability. Women also struggle with an 'overwhelming urge to de-latch', and often a skin itching sensation.  BAA or 'aversion' can be experienced by any breastfeeding (or even pumping) person, at any stage of their feeding journey, and it varies in onset, severity and duration. There is so much that can be written about aversion, and this resource site has plenty of articles by different professionals and quotes from mothers.

Who am I?

I am Zainab, a mother raising awareness of aversion

Resources on aversion :‚Äč

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The first-ever book on the phenomenon of Aversion is due for publication in September 2020

Book Release 

Less is more, and as busy mums on the go, these short podcasts explore everything from society to biology to psychology.

Podcast 

Join the free structured course, and look out for further courses on how to manage aversion and weaning

E-Courses

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