my child is just over 1mth Initially I breastfed smoothly and was assisted with supportive right after 1 month of breastfeeding. My 1 month breastfeeding was swollen until GX could breastfeed so I only used 1 breastmilk but my child cried less then, I helped to use supportive but my child cried immediately if I want to pass wind or you chap , the fases are also hard agax GX like usually what is the effect of the sufor huh? nPlease answer yes.
Breast milk is the main food and is best for babies aged 0-6 months. Try to increase breast milk so that the baby's breast milk needs can be met. If for some reason the mother is forced to not be able to give ASI or if it is not enough, then the mother can give enough formula milk to the baby. Formula milk should be adjusted according to the age of the baby. And for babies less than 6 months, it is highly recommended to consult with a pediatrician before giving additional formula milk.
Complaints of babies who always cry when they are about to pass gas or defecate and have hard feces can be caused by several factors, namely:
Consumption of infant formula Dehydrated / lacking fluids Certain medical conditions: milk protein allergy, hypothyroidism, digestive system disorders from birth. For now, you can try the following tips:
Give breast milk first as much as possible: try a warm compress and massage the breast so that the milk flows more smoothly, if the swelling does not improve, you should check with a doctor so that it can be given proper treatment. swelling in the breasts during breastfeeding can be caused by mastitis. The more breastfeeding is given, it will stimulate the body to produce more milk, you also have to make sure that your milk is enough for the baby. Gently massage the baby's stomach in a circular motion, don't massage too hard yes Bathe the baby with water warm, warm compress on the stomach, or apply oil to warm the stomach (if the child's skin is not sensitive, yes) When the baby cries, first carry it in a position like burping the baby Exercise the baby with the baby sleeping on his back then move your baby's feet like pedaling a bicycle If with tips above the complaints do not improve, the baby looks in pain, or the milk is still lacking and the baby needs additional formula milk, I suggest that you check your baby to a pediatrician first so that further tests can be done to confirm his condition and then the doctor can provide appropriate treatment maximum for your baby a. The pediatrician can also recommend the type of formula milk your baby needs to minimize complaints of bowel disorders when consuming formula milk.
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Thank you and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y