Maintenance of a newborn. Supplementing is not needed

NewbornBut here's some common situation: mum's natural milk is enough, helf kid "walks" and is big, and in a some. But slowly gaining gravity, restless behavior upon suckling or refuses to take the natural. And associates still inclined to blame a lack of mother's milk and insist on supplementary feeding. Try to find a true cause of the problem.A pace of development and gravity gain affect stressors. This is a hard birth, and infant colic, and treatment of a infant, and his mum's simply a lack of note or incompetent service. This may be a cause of problems and the soundness of the child.Restless, with weeping, jerky suckling often cause poor attachment. Maybe because of a use of pacifiers or having shortened frenulum - and he just requires help kiss accurately!Rejection of a fresh is not related at all to however much natural milk in the warm. Suck a pacifiers or finger children, of whom nothing is flowing. So, if you are sure that a milk is enough, and on a question you are strongly recommended to enter the combine, claiming that it is "better" and "useful" - not in a hurry.Understand the situationRefer to a competent physician;Call a specialist on breastfeeding for advice;Look for current scientific information on lactation (on a Internet, at a World Health Organization);Seek the support of family and friends. And do not be discouraged!  Mothers. Alike articles:Moms. May a nursing mum of coffeeBabyMums. Fresh MilkBabyNewborn. Hair loss of the giving birthChild.



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