12 Queries About Breastfeeding (Part 1)

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Women who decide to breastfeed their children shouldn’t skip out the following information.

Breastfeeding is an instinct of mothers; however, mothers still need to learn more about it. There’s a great deal of information about breastfeeding, and it can change through children’s stage of age. To help mothers have good knowledge about it, there’re answers of the 12 queries about breastfeeding in 12 months.

The first month after the pregnancy: How to know whether babies suck right?

Teaching babies to suck rightly is not a simple thing but very important. If children don’t suck rightly, they may not receive enough milk and mother’s nipples can be damaged. Therefore, you should have good preparations from positions to breastfeed to right ways to cradle babies, to put the nipples into children’s mouth.

You should lie or sit in the way the give you the most comfort then press your child to your body.

Combine the actions of arms and knees (if necessary) to hold babies so that their mouth could suck the nipple.

Keep the baby’s head atilt and towards to the breast, then gently let the nipples touch the upper lips of the baby. You can also squish a little milk to give some effects on children’s lips. 

When children’s mouths open, put the nipples into them by pull the children close to the breast so that children can get the best of the nipples.

The second month: How to know whether children are full?

This is a popular question to mothers who breastfeed. Because the breast milk can’t be measured as well as you measure milk in a bottle, moms hardly know how much milk their babies drink. To make sure children receive enough milk, keeping tract with children’s body masses in the few first weeks is the most precise way. Besides, you should also monitor the daily breastfeeding by counting the number of diapers that need changing. Normally, to infants who are 1-2 months old, they consume 6-8 paper diapers a day and have 2 times of defecation. If children have normal weight gaining, normal amounts of urine and poo, the breastfeeding is on the right track.

Description: If children have normal weight gaining, they have the need of milk met.

If children have normal weight gaining, they have the need of milk met.

The third month: What moms need to prepare to preserve the amount of breastfeeding after getting back to work?

Sooner or later, moms have to get back to work and they have to be ready for that. First of all, by the time you get back to work, you have to make it clear to your boss about the fact that you are on breastfeeding, and need time and places that are convenient for you to breastfeed your babies. After that, you need to have a concrete plan on getting your children ready for drinking milk from baby bottles, sparing time and having device dedicated for the milking, freezing and storing the milk.

The fourth month: In the case I like to have a little of alcohol, how much alcohol should I drink and what time should I do that to keep my baby away from alcohol’s effects?   

Description: During the time of breastfeeding, moms can have alcohol but only with a little amount of it.

During the time of breastfeeding, moms can have alcohol but only with a little amount of it.

All-in-all, during the time of breastfeeding, moms can have alcohol but only with a little amount of it: it could be 240ml of beer or 180ml of alcohol. After drinking alcohol, moms have to wait at least 2-3 hours to breastfeed babies again.

 
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