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.

How can nursing mothers avoid eating gracefully? Knowing these points, you can also let go of eating.

During the Chinese New Year reunion, a large family is happy to sit around the dining table. However, there will always be [kind] people who have come to tell you: You can’t eat this, you will return milk. Pears are cool. After eating your milk, it is not good for your baby. Many new mothers give up a lot of delicious food based on the idea of “everything is for the good of the baby”. However, during lactation, it is very important to have a variety of foods and balanced nutrition. Blindly not eating certain foods may be at risk of malnutrition. Apart from a few places that need attention, you can also eat what your family can eat. Is Read More …

During lactation, can these six things be done?

With the full opening of the national [two-child policy], a new round of baby boomers is coming. No matter the new parents or senior parents, there will always be various puzzles and doubts in the process of raising the baby. I believe many mothers have a lot of doubts about breast-feeding. 1. Can I exercise during lactation? Some mothers think that sports during lactation, especially intense sports, will increase lactic acid in the body and turn breast milk into [yogurt]. However, studies have shown that aerobic exercise does not increase lactic acid in breast milk. Although anaerobic exercise will cause lactic acid concentration in breast milk to rise temporarily, it lasts for a short period of time. After rest, lactic Read More …

Have you won the 10 misconceptions about baby constipation?

When chatting with mothers, I often hear worried dialogues from mothers: The baby has not had poop for several days. What should I do? It must be constipation, give him some probiotics quickly! Do you often have this kind of trouble? If the baby is constipated, what will you do? Have you been caught in the following 10 misconceptions about constipation? Myth 1: If you don’t poop every day, you must be constipated! Constipation is not based on defecation interval, only dry stool and difficult defecation are constipation. If the time interval for defecating alone is long (some people call it “saving belly”), or sometimes the baby defecates very hard, it may be normal. Some babies even defecate once every Read More …

After having babies, the quality of life obviously declined? That’s because you haven’t read this article yet.

Raising babies must be tiring, but if the situation is so bad that people feel that [the quality of life has plummeted] [the negative emotions are very heavy], then I think the top priority is not self-enlightenment, but to find ways to improve the quality of life. As a human being born to covet enjoyment, I have been studying how to raise babies easily and happily since I was pregnant. At present, my son is 15 months old, healthy, lively and good-tempered, eats more than me, sleeps better than pigs, and runs faster than rabbits. My aunts in the family lament that they have never seen such a good baby. My personal feeling is that the first three months are Read More …

This is what the Chinese Nutrition Society said in its Guidelines for Breastfeeding Infants within 6 months of age. Have you done it?

Ding Ma said In early August 2015, the Chinese Nutrition Society issued the Guidelines for Breastfeeding Infants within 6 Months (hereinafter referred to as the Guidelines), which contain 6 recommended items to encourage mothers and fathers to work hard to do so. Today, Ding Ma will show you what nutrition experts say. First, open milk as soon as possible We all know that breast milk is a good thing and contains rich nutrition, which is beneficial to the development of baby’s digestive function and can also provide immune protection. The guidelines said that the preparation for breast-feeding should start from pregnancy. Specifically, the following four attempts can be made: Decorate the environment more warmly; Adjust the mood to be more Read More …

Sugar Mother’s Doubts: Can I Breastfeed with Gestational Diabetes Mellitus?

With the improvement of living standards and the increase of elderly parturients, many expectant mothers have been diagnosed with gestational diabetes mellitus and become special [sugar mothers]. Except for a few sugar mothers who need insulin therapy, the vast majority of pregnant women can control their blood sugar by adjusting their diet and exercise. Originally, these sugar mothers could have breathed a sigh of relief, but they were still worried about whether they could breast-feed after delivery. Can sugar mothers breastfeed? Sugar mothers can breastfeed normally. The vast majority of sugar mothers suffering from gestational diabetes mellitus will return their blood sugar to normal after delivery and do not need to use drugs to reduce blood sugar. Even if medication Read More …

No milk when your breasts are small? After six months, the milk is not nutritious? These misconceptions make you cut off your baby’s food rations in minutes.

In order to urge the whole society to actively support and encourage breastfeeding, the International Breastfeeding Action Alliance (WABA) has designated August 1 to 7 each year as International Breastfeeding Week. I am a public nutritionist and a mother at the same time. Up to now, my little fellow has been exclusively breast-fed for 19 months (adding supplementary food at the age of 6 months). In the process of breast-feeding, I have also encountered many problems. I have also found that many people around me have misunderstanding about breast-feeding. Today, I will refute the rumor. Milk powder is more nutritious than breast milk? Who said that? Breast milk contains all the nutritional ingredients needed in the early stage of human Read More …

Lactation period has milk knot hard lump, find prolactin teacher massage will be effective?

Ask questions After I gave birth, I had milk knots during lactation. My breast can feel a lot of hard knots. After rubbing with a lactagogue, the condition of the hard knots will be better, but there are still some hard knots that are stubborn. As long as there is milk, the hard knots will start. However, the baby will basically disappear after eating or sucking the breast pump. Now I have mastitis again. When I go to the hospital to take a film, I say it is still milk knots. Is it better to continue massaging breasts? Do you still need what examination in breast? Answer First of all, the so-called milk accumulation is used to be called milk Read More …

The nursing mother is ill, can she take medicine?

Director of the garden, I am nursing, does taking this medicine have any effect? This is a question that many [wet nurses] will ask. What challenges do wet nurses face during lactation? After the baby was born, the wet nurses’ bodies experienced drastic changes again: progesterone dropped sharply, uterus shrank rapidly, lochia was continuously discharged, and sweat was severe… During this period, the following [minor situations] are also easy to harass: Acute mastitis, even suppurative infection; Dyspepsia; Constipation; Reproductive system infection; Oral infection; Upper respiratory tract infection; … … It’s just normal, it’s just on mothers who don’t breastfeed-they should take medicine, take medicine, and treat-but considering the impact on the baby, the problem is somewhat complicated. The medicine you Read More …