Breastfeeding Babies Of Different Sexes?
Regards. I am a mother of 1 child, I am 25 years old, my daughter is only 2 months old. Suddenly my breast milk did not go smoothly and only came out a little, until the child would not suckle to me, maybe because of the small flow. The problem is when I give a pacifier, he immediately wants. Because I have trouble getting milk, I often feed my child to my sister who happens to have a 1-year-old baby boy and the asses are still very smooth. May I feed my baby girl to my sister? Will it affect the development of my baby? And is the content of busui who has a baby boy different from busui whose baby is a girl? Thanks. Regards..
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The content of breast milk in mothers who have male babies with mothers who have baby girls is basically the same. As for what makes it different is the mother's nutritional intake, stress factors, how often breastfeeding and accompanying diseases. A mother who is physically and psychologically healthy, can fulfill her nutritional needs as a nursing mother and actively breastfeeding will have breast milk with a good amount and quality of nutrition, whether having a baby girl or a boy.
What you need to consider here is that baby food under 6 months is only breast milk. For that we need breast milk with sufficient quantity and quality for your baby to be able to grow and develop according to his age. Whereas nursing mothers whose children are more than 6 months old, generally experience a decrease in the amount and quality of breast milk. This is due to hormonal factors, the frequency of mothers breastfeeding their children, stress levels, daily activities that have become more and others. Meanwhile, your own brother has a child who must also be breastfed. There is a high possibility that your sister's milk will not be able to meet the nutritional needs of your child.
Therefore, you should find out what causes your milk to be small. In order to be corrected to get breast milk with the amount and quality your baby needs. In this case you can consult with a pediatrician. Meanwhile, your sister and you can continue to breastfeed your baby.
Thus hopefully useful.