Don’t let the baby grind his teeth with his mother’s nipples.

In a certain period of time, Is to explore the world through the mouth, Including using your mouth to understand your mother. Many nursing mothers have encountered the problem of their babies biting nipples. It was originally a happy thing to see the baby tusk, But when the baby began to interact with his granary with millet teeth, This enthusiasm is really intolerable to mothers. According to the proposal of the International Breastfeeding Association, breast-feeding should last at least until the baby is two years old. How can the baby be fed to minimize the harm of toothed babies to mothers and make breast-feeding happy? Then let Clove Mommy give you some advice! How to deal with the baby’s small Read More …

Reasonable Weaning Speak Skills, Adults and Children Hard Less

From time to time, I heard mothers communicate about weaning their babies, It was found that many mothers did not know that how weaned their babies reasonably. They mistakenly believed that weaning should be [continuous weaning is already done, and once weaning is done, it must be done]. The day before, they gave their babies several meals of breast milk, but the next day they did not give them any more. In order to wean, they let their mothers and babies be separated for several days, and even forced their babies not to eat breast milk by smearing chili and essential balm on their nipples. Improper weaning scares the baby. Every time I see this, I feel very uncomfortable. You Read More …

How does hepatitis B pregnant woman give birth to a healthy baby?

China’s hepatitis B carriers have more than 100 million people, that is to say, every 10 people have one hepatitis B virus carrier. Mother-to-child vertical transmission is an important transmission route of hepatitis B transmission. Many women with chronic hepatitis B virus infection are always worried about whether they will infect their children with hepatitis B virus when they are pregnant. Next, let’s talk about the matters needing attention in pregnancy of hepatitis B infected persons. And how to block the transmission between mother and infant to the greatest extent. Hepatitis B is generally transmitted from mother to baby through three ways. Delivery transmission is due to fetal skin, mucous membrane abrasion or placental injury during delivery. Causes the virus Read More …

Can we give formula milk to newborns?

This year, with the right time, the right place and the right people, I put on the hat of “father of the second child”. As a pediatrician, I have the experience of raising my first child. I can say that I can easily deal with the two treasures. But on the first day of birth, the two treasures taught me a lesson: formula milk or not? [Er Bao] Added Formula Milk Er Bao began to cry desperately 2-3 hours after his birth. The cry was loud and clear. As a professional player, A look at this posture immediately came to the conclusion [Er Bao is hungry]. However, since the lover has no colostrum secretion, Er Bao has been sucking-spitting out Read More …

Mastitis can also be breast-fed while taking medicine.

Penicillins and cephalosporins can be used during lactation. Conventional antibiotics, Often penicillins or cephalosporins. Both are drugs that can be used safely during lactation. It is also recommended by the American Association of Pediatricians. Lactating mothers take these antibiotics, It has little effect on nursing babies, Even if there is an impact, it may only affect the flora in the baby’s intestinal tract. We have probiotics in our human intestinal tract that are used to digest and decompose food. Although they are beneficial to the human body, But after all, it is also a bacterium, Antibiotics are bactericidal, And can’t tell good from bad, While they kill bad bacteria, It also kills good bacteria. If the antibiotics in the breast-feeding Read More …

Small Details, Big Impact: Principles of Safe Medication during Lactation

Small details, big influence What nursing mothers need to pay attention to is that If you have to use unsafe drugs that are forbidden during lactation, you need to suspend lactation. Even if the medication is over, the time to resume lactation is also important. 1. Understanding the half-life of drugs According to the theory of drug clearance in the body, each drug has a half-life, which is usually indicated in the drug instructions. So understanding the half-life of drugs is used in what? It is generally believed that, After about five half-lives, The drug can be completely removed from the body, You can resume breastfeeding. For example, the antibacterial drug levofloxacin, The half-life indicated in the instructions is about Read More …

Transition from Breast Milk to Milk Powder

Dr. Cui answered: It is normal for mixed feeding children not to accept bottles. As the child grows up, he starts to choose the feeding method, which shows that his development is normal. Parents should be patient with infants who must continue to add bottles to feed. 1. Mother cannot be present when feeding bottles; 2. Be sure to bottle-feed the child several times in a row to make the child feel hungry before accepting the bottle. If the child refuses the bottle, he will compensate with breast-feeding, which is difficult to make him accept the bottle.

Can’t mothers nurse their babies when they are in a bad mood? Eight Truths about Breastfeeding

We all know that breast milk is the best food for infants, and breast-feeding is not without benefits for mothers and infants. However, there are still many legends about breast-feeding, which often bring many troubles to nursing mothers and their families. You must have heard the following 8 rumors about breast milk more or less. Rumor 1: When the mother is angry, sad or in a bad mood, harmful ingredients will appear in breast milk, which will affect the baby’s health. Truth: Mothers’ emotional changes will not change the composition of milk. When you are in a bad mood, the amount of milk may decrease, but the quality of the milk itself will not be a problem. It is good Read More …

Do children need DHA supplements?

Parents all hope their babies can be healthy and intelligent, and DHA, known as “brain gold”, has received special attention from parents. However, is DHA really that magical? Does the baby need DHA supplements? Today, Dr. Clove will tell you about the DHA supplement for babies. What is good about DHA? In short, DHA can help baby’s nerve and vision development. The full name of DHA [docosahexaenoic acid] belongs to-3 unsaturated fatty acid. It has long carbon chain and many double bonds, and is closely related to the development of brain nerves and vision. Studies have shown that adequate DHA intake by mothers during pregnancy and lactation can promote the development of baby’s nerve, vision and immune system and long-term Read More …

The baby is always sleeping. Do you want to wake him up and nurse him?

Newborns sleep more than 16 hours a day, and the babies sleep soundly for most of the day. However, the baby has slept for a long time and has not woken up on his own. Do you want to wake him up and nurse him? Whether the baby should be woken up or not is mainly determined by the baby’s age, weight and health status. Be sure to wake up and nurse in the first few weeks after birth. For newborn babies, if they sleep for a long time in the first few weeks and do not wake up on their own, they need to wake up and nurse. Because most newborns will lose weight in the few days after Read More …