Causes And Overcome The Sagging Skin In Infants Aged 1 Month?
Hello, my child is 6 weeks old, his mother has no milk (a little) and his nipples do not come out, so from birth until now I drink formula milk, but day after day the skin of my child starts to sag and wrinkles
Hello Fahri, Thank you for the question.
Do you know the cause after consulting a doctor? Is your child born at term? Is your child's condition healthy at birth? What is your baby's current weight? Does your child want to breastfeed the formula? The sagging and wrinkled skin complaints that you submit can be caused by a variety of the following conditions:
premature dehydration births have less weight genetic disorders To find out the cause requires examination by a doctor directly. Without consulting a doctor directly, the doctor cannot know the exact cause. If this condition is caused by premature birth, this condition will improve along with the baby's weight gain, as well as if the baby is underweight and dehydrated. As long as your baby does not experience breastfeeding problems, the baby is not fussy, remains active, and urine production is good, there is usually nothing you need to worry about. Please consult with your pediatrician for further examination and treatment, yes.
You can still encourage your wife to keep trying to breastfeed your child or pump breast so that milk comes out every 2-3 hours. Regular breast emptying can help stimulate milk production. In addition, your wife can also make the following recommendations:
managing stress well resting by consuming enough nutritionally balanced food to meet fluid needs by consuming water Do not hesitate to consult with a lactation consultant doctor for further treatment. The doctor can give ASI stimulants if needed.
Hopefully this information is useful.