Wisconsin Dad Becomes The Internet Sensation For Creatively Breastfeeding His Hours Old Baby, While His Wife Fought For Her Life

Date July 17, 2018

A dad from Wisconsin has gone viral for his cool solution to breastfeeding when mom is not around or capable of this biological function.

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Mom guilt

And this is why his creative solution matters. New moms very often face the expectation and pressure to breastfeed their babies.

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The statistics says a negligible 1 to 5 percent of women are physically unable to do this. It leaves most women feeling they are not trying hard enough to get the milk flowing.

What Max did to help

But, thanks to Wisconsin dad, Maxamillian Neubauer, who found a way to help his wife April Neubauer after she suffered preeclampsia, more new moms can worry less.

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All Max had to do was use a nipple shield fitted into a syringe attached to a tube with baby formula, and his newborn child was eating, while his wife was knocked out from drugs meant to stabilize her.

But, preeclampsia is preventable!

Max’s solution made him go viral, something he was not expecting, but it has done much more than bring this 29-year-old father fame. He’s helped real life women like his wife.

That said, the risks of getting preeclampsia can be lessened on a doctor’s advice and would most likely involve drinking more water, consuming less salt, and increased prenatal hospital visits. Get help today!

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