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15 Year Old Girl Breastfeeding
Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
Breastfeeding seems to be insufficient for my 24 days old baby girl. What must I do beside formular feeding.
Frequent feeding: The laleche league will tell you to feed every two hours thereby stimulating milk production. In the old days the midwives suggested drinking beer. In any event push fluids.
My girl is 20 days old & I'm breastfeeding her but I noticed that my right breast is bigger than left. Is this because I'm feeding her from right more?
YES, NURSE FROM BOTH: Both breasts should be used at each feeding at early weeks to encourage sufficient stimulation for maximum production of milk from both sides. After milk supply has been established, the breasts may be alternated at successive feeding. If one breast is not used/emptied, milk supply will eventually reduced with reduction of the size, which is your case.
My baby girl is 1year old some days ago she refuse bottle feed and always trying breast feed but breast feed not enough for her please help me?
If your daughter: Won't drink from the bottle and your breast milk supply has decreased compared to her need, you can try giving her a cup of whole milk or formula (either a sippy cup or a regular cup).She is old enough to introduce this. She probably won't drink as much from the cup at the beginning, but once she gets used to it, she will probably do well. If she still won't drink enough, please speak to her doctor.See 2 more doctor answers
My 2 weeks old baby girl makes some clicking sound while breastfeeding and 4rm bottle. Has it anything to do wit tongue tying?
My doc. Says my 3 days old girl has signs of Jaundice & kept under some kind of blue light & breastfeeding. Bilirubin level is 16. should I worry?
Reason for jaundice?: This would make the big difference. Since we know that physiologic jaundice will increase the total load up to day number 5 on a full term baby. It is a good idea to keep the baby until bilirubin stops climbing under phototherapy. If the baby is acting healthy and eating good and having good bowel movements as long as there is no blood incompatibility seriousness goes down.
What's a neonatal physiological jaundice? My doc. Says my 3 days old girl has signs of Jaundice & kept under some kind of blue light & breastfeeding.
Jaundice!: I am somewhat confused. Physiologic jaundice is expected and doesn't require treatment. Peaks between 3-5 dats old and is <12.9 level. As a normal physiologic mechanism the fetal hemoglobin changes to adult hemoglobin after the baby start breathing. That blood destruction and formation releases the precursors of bilirubin the yellow pigment. Several pathologic conditions may increase it further as
Normal: Breast fed babies may have a stool with each feeding, once a day, or can go as long as week without stooling. All this is perfectly normal for breastfed babies.
I was breastfeeding my baby girl, and I recently quit cold. What can I do to make my breasts feel better?
Cool compress: Do you mean 'quit breastfeeding cold turkey'? If you're describing engorged breasts, cold compresses inside your bra (form fitting is best) will help. It will take several days. Are you sure you want to quit? Breast feeding will help you to loose weight faster, reduce breast cancer risks, always available, no cost. Breast babies-fewer infections, alleries, myopia, less obesity, higher iq, more.
Is mizo therapy safe as I'm breastfeeding my 3 month's girl. I want to apply on my legs. What are disadvantages of it?
Mizo therapy: I am not aware of any studies of the effect of mizo therapy on nursing or what chemicals from the therapy are passed into the breast milk. I would advise against itSee 1 more doctor answer
1year ago I had a little girl she will be 2 january 30th and I only breast feed her for only 3 1/2 months! I'm discharging out the breast, I had a period for this month I think because it only lasted 3 day and I spotted 2 also it was 4 days early do that
Pregnant: If you're sexually active, you'll have to rule out pregnancy. Purchase and perform a home pregnancy test. They turn positive at about the time you're one week late.
My niece is a 2 months breast feed baby girl. After each feeding, she's passes stool (watery or liquid form) or sometime bathroom in a excessive way.
Breastfeeding: Stools can be as often as every time the child eats. They look like french's mustard- liquid and yellow. However, if mom is eating dairy or gluten and the baby is sensitive then they can be more liquid. I generally recommend mom stop all dairy first...These stools may be normal. If stopping dairy improves things then we know the child is sensitive.
Why you ask?: Cancer can affect kids and adolescents but it's very rare. I suggest you talk to your parents about your concerns to see if you need a medical evaluation. Please don't dwell on it or spend time in medical websites.
5-2-1-0: 5 fruits and vegetables all colors, more green than red 2 hours screen time : associate this to more exposure to food ads 1 hour of exercising start by 15min then 5 to 10 min increments aerobics preferred like power walking, jogging, biking etc 0 sodas 16 to 20 ounces of low fat milk and no more than 12 ounces of juice, a day vit d 400 units, omega 3 2 a day, multivitamin 2 a day h20 64/24/360.
Roughly: A hundred pounds give or take 10%.
No (really unknown): A normal person (without biotin deficiency) eating a well-balanced diet can be just fine without buying additional biotin supplements. The NIH reports: no recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for biotin; but adequate intakes for biotin are 7mcg for infants, 8mcg for children aged 1-3 yrs, 12mcg for 4-8 yrs, 20mcg for 9-13 yrs, 25mcg for 14-18 yrs, 30mcg over 18 yrs, 35mcg for breastfeeding women.
Please: Consider having an adult or someone who is at least 16 years old ask this question for you. You need to be at least 16 years old to post questions on healthtap. Thanks.See 1 more doctor answer
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