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I took postinor 2 sd how long will I have to wait to breastfeed my baby he's refusing bottle formula?

I took postinor 2 sd how long will I have to wait to breastfeed my baby he's refusing bottle formula?

Wait for 2days: You should breast feed your baby after 72 hours of taking taking postinor, in mean time continue formula feeding.If your baby is 4 month old or more give him some cereals mixed with formula, baby may like thhe taste ...Read more

Dr. Ira Friedlander
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Breastfeeding (Definition)

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


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How long should someone wait to breastfeed there baby after using meth?

How long should someone wait to breastfeed there baby after using meth?

Don't breastfeed: American college of obstretics and gynecology recommends that mothers actively using meth should not breastfeed. If you are asking this question about yourself, please seek help for your addiction as soon as possible - your recovery is critical to your child's chance of having a decent life. ...Read more

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How long do I have to wait to breastfeed my baby after a general anaesthetic?

How long do I have to wait to breastfeed my baby after a general anaesthetic?

4 hours at most: Most general anesthetic is eliminated through the lungs and little remains behind that might make it into breast milk. That said, the best resource I have recommends a 4 hour period of pump/dump before resuming breast feeding. See: Hale, T, Medications and Mothers Milk, 15ed, 2012. ...Read more

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I'm doing varicose vein injections on Tues and Wed. How long do I have to wait to breastfeed my baby? I have a milk stash so I can wait. A week or two.

I'm doing varicose vein injections on Tues and Wed. How long do I have to wait to breastfeed my baby? I have a milk stash so I can wait. A week or two.

Breast feed: Discuss with the varicose vein Dr. I would wait till finished breast feeding as may go away the further away you are from pregnancy. ...Read more

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How long to wait to breastfeed after taking baby aspirin?

How long to wait to breastfeed after taking baby aspirin?

Aspirin & lactation: If low-dose Aspirin is taken, avoid breastfeeding for 1 to 2 hours after a dose to minimize antiplatelet effects in the infant (bleeding). Because of a single case report of metabolic acidosis, the american academy of pediatrics characterizes Aspirin as a drug that has been "associated with significant effects on some nursing infants and should be given to nursing mothers with caution. ...Read more

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Why can some babies not breastfeed?

Why can some babies not breastfeed?

Many reasons: For example, babies born prematurely (< 34 weeks) can be neurologically immature and have trouble with suck and swallow. Various neurologic problems can cause trouble with all motor activities, not just breastfeeding. An anatomical problem such as cleft lip or palate or tongue-tie can also interfere with proper suck and swallow. These are just a few examples. ...Read more

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Is there a way for a woman to breastfeed an infant not of her own?

Is there a way for a woman to breastfeed an infant not of her own?

Yes: This was more common in days past when women who regularly fed another child were called "wet nurses"
today, many women work to develop the ability to partially breast-feed an adopted baby.
Sometimes, friends babysitting each others infants, may nurse a friend's baby and vice versa. This is popular in varying degrees around the world. ...Read more

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Until what age do babies breastfeed?

Until what age do babies breastfeed?

Until you stop them!: Some mothers have breastfed well into childhood. Most happy breast feeders will continue until you stop them. If you can give them at least six months, you have provided many healthy benefits. ...Read more

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Is it ever better to not breastfeed an infant?

Is it ever better to not breastfeed an infant?

Yes, sometimes a mom: Is on a medication that is not safe for the baby; in that case breastfeeding would be contraindicated. There are also some times that a woman isn't able to produce enough milk for physical or emotional reasons. There also may be some infections which could be passed onto a baby during breastfeeding. Sometimes, in those cases, the milk can be pumped and discarded until that is out of mom's system. ...Read more

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What are the main reasons why some women don't breastfeed their babies in the u.S.?

What are the main reasons why some women don't breastfeed their babies in the u.S.?

Cultural in the US: Pretty much all counties do more breast feeding, except the us. Here formula is more available. Here in the us there is stigma to breast feed in public, more mother work. Etc. ...Read more

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Can eating too much sugar effect my breastfeed babies poo?

Can eating too much sugar effect my breastfeed babies poo?

2much sugar!: First of all you should not over indulge in sweets, you child's bms are not dependent on your blood sugar levels but certain foods in mom's diet tend to cause diarrhea in babies. ...Read more

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Can women with diabetes breastfeed their babies?

Yes: I encourage all mothers with geatational or regular diabetes to breast feed. Your body has prepaired itself for the process & your body will make nutritious breast milk even as you struggle to keep your own levels normal. The bm you make will mobalize and transfer some of the pregnancy acquired fat into the milk helping baby grow & you stabalize your system. ...Read more

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Is it possible to breastfeed an infant after a partial hysterectomy?

Is it possible to breastfeed an infant after a partial hysterectomy?

Yes: The hysterectomy should have no direct impact on your ability to breast feed. You may need some help getting started if you took a few days off, but a breast feeding coach can help. ...Read more

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I managed to breastfeed my baby for 11 weeks, im worried her immune system is not strong. Do formula fed babies get ill more often? : (

I managed to breastfeed my baby for 11 weeks, im worried her immune system is not strong. Do formula fed babies get ill more often? : (

In the 3rd world: Breastfeeding for 11 weeks is great providing your infant with adequate amounts of antibodies to line the intestine & combat viral infections that cause vomiting & diarrhea. While pregnant you transferred antibodies to your infant that will provide protection for the first 6 months of life. If your child is healthy & growing then there's nothing wrong with the immune system. Enjoy your new one. ...Read more

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My exclusively breastfeed babies stool has mintgreen things and its armygreen in colour & runny, what could be the problem & how do I solve it.?

My exclusively breastfeed babies stool has mintgreen things and its armygreen in colour & runny, what could be the problem & how do I solve it.?

Baby stool: It is probably normal if the baby is exclusively breast fed. There was some tarry greenish stool in the colon during pregnancy, and it slowly comes out over the first few weeks, which is probably what accounts for the greenish color. The consistency of normal baby stool varies from very, soft, wet mushy (usually sweet smelling) stools to firm. Unless the stools are very watery, don't be concerned. ...Read more

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