Causes Of Blood Spots Out In Nursing Mothers?
Afternoon, want to ask. My child just 2m, the first month of BB increased by 2kg, but the second month rose only 7ons. Though still full ASI. That’s why, then I sometimes still like that but rich in fresh blood around 1-2 drops. It comes out when it’s finished. The time of childbirth is also long 35 days already want to finish but continue to come out again like a menstrual man for 12 days. Please enlighten him
Hello, thank you for the question to HealthReplies.com.
Weight gain in babies, it does sometimes go up and down. Normally, a baby's weight gain in the first 6 months is ... kg per month.
By the age of 6 months, a BB should have reached 2x birth weight. At one year of age reaches 3x birth weight.
Causes of a baby's weight are difficult to rise include:
1. Insufficient ASI needs
2. The existence of underlying diseases such as tuberculosis, congenital heart disease and so on
3. Lack of quality breast milk given by mothers
To find out more about complaints that your child is experiencing, you should immediately consult with a pediatrician.
Prevention can be done:
1. Give ASI as often as possible, at least every 2 hours, or every baby asking for or fussing
2. The position of breastfeeding must be right ie the baby's mouth covers the entire white area and areola (the black part around the nipple)
3. Consuming foods that increase the production and quality of breast milk such as vegetables and fruit, vegetable protein and so on
For complaints that mothers experience, the normal postpartum period is about 40 days, for the postpartum period may be caused by several things such as blood clotting disorders, an infection in the birth canal area, the wound that has not dried up after the birth. But to find out the cause of your complaint, you should immediately consult an obstetrician. Prevention that can be done by mothers, among others, maintain the cleanliness of the birth canal area, control after giving birth until after the postpartum period and when there are complaints, consumption of foods high in protein.
Thus, hopefully useful :)