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How Does Breastfeeding Affect Emotions
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
See below:: If you're considering formula-feeding, do your research so that you can make an informed decision. Then focus on nourishing and nurturing your baby — instead of feeling guilty or dwelling on other negative emotions. You might also share your feelings with your doctors/friends/family. Remember, parenting is an adventure that requires choices and compromises. What counts is doing the best you can. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have been exclusively breastfeeding my 6 month old, no bottles no pacifiers, and not yet started on solids. I had a tubal ligation as well. Lately I've been getting PMS symptoms, cramps, and wildly emotional. No breast tenderness though, and no bleeding
Great job!: Good job breastfeeding, it is very good for your child. Time to start solids. What is your question by the way? Not sure if you are asking something about you or the child. The breastfeeding is probably releasing enough oxytocin that you have not started your periods yet. If you think you might be depressed tallk to your doctor, many moms will have sad feeliings early in parenthood ...Read more
EDUCATE: There are a whole host of reasons why breastfeeding is best for the baby and the mother. Search on google and you can find scores of reasons. One suggested reply, " I have researched this issue and have decided that this is the best thing for myself and my baby. Besides it is the natural biologic function for my body." "this might not be right for everybody, but it is right for me and my baby.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You can do it!: Just remember women have been breastfeeding for millions of years! You want to get the tip of your nipple in the back of the baby's mouth, so he can compress your milk ducts adequately. Make sure he opens wide before you bring him in to the breast. A slight pinch at the beginning of feeding is ok, if a feeding is persistently painful stop and reposition. Get help with a lactation specialist ...Read more
Metronidazole: Metronidazole (a component of Neo Penotran) is excreted in the breast milk in high concentrations. While the studies are done on the oral version of metronidazole and not the topical version, it is unknown how much gets absorbed and then subsequently excreted in breast milk so it is recommended that milk be discarded while on therapy. ...Read more
Chill out!: Milk production is supply and demand, so the less demand you put on it, the less you will make. Just like when you started it took a couple of days to come in, it's going to take a couple of days to ease away. Decreasing the blood flow with cold packs, cold towels, tight bras or even tight ace banage wraps will all help, but you also have to give it some time. Take pain med if it helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughter is 9months and she weight 7kg is she in normal weight and she take bebelac 2 she isn't breastfeeding?
WEIGHT GAIN...: Her weight is little below average (about 20th percentile). Birth weight doubles at 4 months, triples at 1 year. At the age of one, 10 kg is standard weight for a full term baby. Give her more solid food with proteins. Breakfast cereal, lunch and dinner- jar/pureed food on moderation, formula 4-5 times daily. Her pediatrician should have shown you what percentile she is for her height and weight. ...Read more
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