How To Find Out The Baby Is Full Drinking Milk?
my child is 4 months old, now my rich son often really wake up if the usual mlm pling is 2x a r nNow often does 5 times like that ask for mimi r nHow do I deal with satiety or not? r n1 lg head ank I don’t know if I like it hot but in the morning r n But the body is not hot r nThat’s why, what’s the weather, is it hot or what sleep before thank you
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At the age of less than 6 months, babies are only dependent on breast milk to meet nutritional needs, so he will suckle more often. Later, as the baby grows older, he will begin to be able to consume additional food or drinks, so that the frequency of breastfeeding will slowly decrease. This actually does not always indicate a disorder or disease.
Indeed, at the age of 4 months, often the baby is able to adapt well to changes in day and night, so the frequency of breastfeeding at night will decrease because he sleeps more. Babies who wake up more often to breastfeed at night can signal the following conditions:
Sleeping too much in the afternoon and evening Growth spurt of milk is thinner, making it more difficult to make a baby full. Uncomfortable environmental conditions, such as too hot, cold, noisy, glare, stuffy Uncomfortable body conditions, for example due to fever, runny nose, coughing, tightness, body aches, colic, swollen gums, etc. If there are no other complaints that your baby is experiencing, chances are this condition is not dangerous. You can feed him whenever he needs it. By breastfeeding a baby, the baby will feel more comfortable, and your milk production will increase. Not only that, breastfeeding a baby can also support the growth and endurance of the baby's body so that he will not become easily sick. Avoid supplementary foods or drinks other than breast milk before the baby is 6 months old (except on the advice of a doctor). Do not forget, multiply to drink and eat nutritious foods so that the quality of your breast milk improves.
If the steps above have not succeeded in overcoming your baby's complaints, or if you find other complaints that appear to make your baby feel uncomfortable, do not hesitate to check your baby directly to the doctor or pediatrician.
The heat or cold in a baby's body is often very subjective. The heat in the head but the body remains cold may still be a reasonable variation in body temperature as a result of metabolism. To confirm this, you need to take your child's body temperature measurements using a standardized instrument, a thermometer. If it is detected that your child's body temperature rises more than 37.5 centigrade, it means he has a fever. This fever is often caused by a viral or bacterial infection. Even so, it could also, fever arises due to side effects of immunization, excessive heat exposure, side effects of drugs, malignancy, to other inflammation in the body. To reduce fever, you can compress your baby's neck, armpits, and / or crotch with warm water. Also give her clothes that warm and absorb sweat everyday. Feed your baby more often, and multiply skin to skin physical contact with the baby so that his body temperature decreases. You can also give your child paracetamol according to the doctor's recommended dosage if you find the baby's body temperature rising very high. However, if with the steps above the fever continues for 3 days or more, check with your child to see a doctor, right?
I hope this helps.