Can An 11-month-old Baby Change Milk Without Consulting A Doctor?
my child is 11 months old may I not replace the soy milk but without consulting first to the doctor right I read d there must be a doctor’s advice because all the usual brands of milk that I have given but he wants
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, if you can still breastfeed your baby?
Ideally, additional milk other than breast milk, including soy milk, should only be given after the baby is even 1 year old. The child's immune system is still weak, and digestion is still sensitive, often making supplementary milk for infants less than 1 year old triggering allergic reactions, intolerance, malabsorption, and various other health conditions that are more dangerous. Giving extra milk too early can make the baby not get enough milk, even though this milk is very important in supporting growth and endurance of the body.
If it is urgent, for example if the mother is no longer able to provide sufficient milk, if the mother dies or is seriously ill so unable to breastfeed, or if the baby's growth and development lag behind normal standards of his age, additional milk may be given. But of course, based on the above considerations, giving additional milk other than breast milk to infants under the age of 1 year is ideally done on the advice of a doctor directly. Because, the milk needs of each baby can be different, and can not be generalized let alone tried.
The good, if you really want to give extra milk to your baby for some reason, first check your baby to the doctor or pediatrician yes ..
I hope this helps.