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Although the preparation of formula tries to imitate milk substitutes, no preparation is exactly like the breast milk. The more studying breast milk formula companies, more ingredients seem to find that are important for the development of the child. It is highly unlikely that human breast milk is ever reproduced exactly.
Some tips that may help:
- ● Breastfeed regularly and frequently and for as long as your babies desire it.
- ● Get as comfortable as possible before breastfeeding. If necessary, take prescription painkillers at least half an hour before breastfeeding. Nurse in a quiet place and drink something cool during lactation to stimulate milk ejection reflex.
Many women naturally have flat nipples and often reversed, that is outward rather than recede backward. The question is whether many can breastfeed after pregnancy but it must be clear that the child does not turn the nipple but the areola.
Therefore these features are neither a disease nor a contraindication to breast feeding the baby but probably will cost a little more suck sooner or later take properly into the bosom of his mother. Read the rest of this entry »
There are many scientific studies and papers that explore the features and benefits of breastfeeding in children; especially the importance of this event is the formation of a healthy body in the future.
However, they are so popular the positive and the impact that nursing brings to the health of the mother.
Breast milk has a lot of minerals, vitamins, proteins and other growth factors that are vital for normal growth and development of a newborn. Most pediatricians recommend administration exclusively to six months, then complemented with the introduction of solid food varied. The World Health Organization advises feeding infants with breast milk until age two, and in this way exploit the preventive potential of this activity. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are the mother of twins and are still at the stage of lactation, you must be very aware of your diet, as opposed to feeding a single baby, the effort that is double the demand for milk is higher. In itself, the process of breastfeeding is the same, but the mothers of twins should follow certain tips that will make them easier and they can not adjust quickly to the new routine.
Because your nipples are more likely to suffer as many cracks and irritation, it is recommended that you start breastfeeding gradually. The first day of lactation should only breastfeed for 5 minutes on each baby and each one should breastfeed from different breast at each feeding. The second day you can gradually increase the time to 10 minutes and the third day it can reach up to one quarter of an hour. Read the rest of this entry »
Newborn babies often prefer one breast over the other to eat and it is not strange or anything that you just happen to you. This happens because you just start giving him always eat in the same breast for what you already got used, or simply because you notice subtle differences between the two as the size and shape. So, here are some tips for you to make your baby to alternate between your two breasts.
If your baby is less than three months the best you can do is try repeatedly to make them less preferred breast feed , especially when you get too hungry is always better to put the rejects. The main problem that can happen is that your baby does not consume all the milk needed just one breast and not eating for two chests, one of them will stop producing enough milk. Read the rest of this entry »
Breast milk is the best food for most babies. When you breastfeed, your baby is nourished by food, vitamins and other elements that you enter at your own body. So it is important to care for the type of food you eat and the medicines you take if you are breastfeeding.
It is possible that mothers who breast worry about the use of medications and whether or not they affect the baby’s health. Some women may have health problems that are short term (such as headaches or colds) or long term (such as asthma or high blood pressure). To address these problems may be needed medications.
Prescription and nonprescription
More research is needed to know how each drug affects the milk. While there are some basic guidelines, it is important to always talk with my baby’s health before taking medications and to alert you that you are breastfeeding. Read the rest of this entry »