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How to get rid of this angry feeling at not being breastfed?

How to get rid of this angry feeling at not being breastfed?

If you are 45: years old and still angry about not being breastfed - you have some old baggage to get rid of. That is a waste of your time and your energy. ...Read more

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How do I get my baby to drink formula after being having been breastfed?

How do I get my baby to drink formula after being having been breastfed?

Usually easy: Formula is usually very satisfying to an infant and the delivery system produces more volume than the breast for a given period of time. It is usually an easy transition and difficult to reverse. Breast feeding is satisfying in number of other ways including bonding with the mom and providing warmth and security. ...Read more

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How much milk should my 8 month old baby get in a day? She is breastfed.

How much milk should my 8 month old baby get in a day? She is breastfed.

~1 quart: If she is eating a reasonable amount of solid foods, she can have as much breast milk as she wants. Formula fed babies should get about a quart a day. ...Read more

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Does my breastfed baby need vaccines or get immunity from me?

Does my breastfed baby need vaccines or get immunity from me?

VACCINATE: The limited antibodies babies get in breast milk help reduce the frequency of some viral/diarrheal illnesses in the first year, but do not transfer immunity you have to major diseases. Infants are the most vulnerable patients to meningitis or whooping cough as well as other illnesses. Failure to vaccinate on time can result in death or impairment. ...Read more

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How do I mange to get my 9 months old breastfed daughter to sleep in het own cribe?

How do I mange to get my 9 months old breastfed daughter to sleep in het own cribe?

Be Firm: Begin by staying in her room, with her in the crib. Do not take her out.Then slowly work your way out. Remember that a normal 9 mo/o should have no physiological need for a night feeding, so try to use a comfort object other than the breast. ...Read more

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Family member who had a stuffy nose was holding my 14 week old breastfed baby. Will my baby get sick?

Family member who had a stuffy nose was holding my 14 week old breastfed baby. Will my baby get sick?

Maybe: Stuffy nose is a variable label that can apply to allergies, mechanical obstruction, as well as illness.Illness can spread, but many other issues do not. ...Read more

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Will my 4 month old breastfed baby get VRE if she was kissed on the mouth by someone who has it? Why or why not?

Will my 4 month old breastfed baby get VRE if she was kissed on the mouth by someone who has it? Why or why not?

Definitely not: It should be fecal oral contact and your baby is breast fed and alimentary system is clean. Just by kissing no contamination ...Read more

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How are breastfed children and formula fed children different?

How are breastfed children and formula fed children different?

Many: Among other things, breast fed babies have fewer respiratory infections, less obesity, less long term heart trouble and are less expensive to feed. ...Read more

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What are the differences between breastfed and formula fed children?

What are the differences between breastfed and formula fed children?

See below: The children do not have any visible differences. Breast feeding a child can help decrease the incidence of obesity, URI symptoms, decreased ear infections, and a possible benefit in brain and visual development. However, formulas now contain supplements to aid in visual and brain development. ...Read more

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My baby is 4 months now and all of a sudden slept for 9 hours 3 daya in a row.. Shall i leave her or wake her every 4 hours? She is breastfed only

My baby is 4 months now and all of a sudden slept for 9 hours 3 daya in a row.. Shall i leave her or wake her every  4 hours? She is breastfed only

Let babies sleep...: If she is happy and growing, just leave her alone. After 3 months of age, parents can give a feeding at 10 P.M. Or thereabouts, and expect the baby to sleep 6-7 hours. If a normal baby sleeps 9 hours and is fine the next day, she'll eat enough during the day to make up for sleeping all night (and parents will sleep well at night, too). ...Read more