Is Flatulence In Infants 2 Weeks Due To Dressing Of Milk?
I want to ask the doctor, my child is only 2 weeks old. I used Sufor Bebelov. some say my child is always weak because the milk is not suitable, then I change to a new SGM milk for 1 day. my child fussed and cried like a person in pain, scared. I think my child was scared or hooked because he was taken out of the house by his grandmother. finally I called the baby massage therapist said my child was bloating his stomach. I want to ask, so my child has a bloated stomach because of a cold or because the milk is not suitable? But in drinking milk, he still wants to drink.
The best food remains breast milk until the baby was 6 months ago can be supplemented with complementary foods from the age of 6 months. If for some reason the mother is unable to provide breast milk, formula milk can be an option but make sure formula milk is suitable for the baby's age and needs. For babies 0-6 months, it would be better if the selection of formula milk is first consulted with a pediatrician.
Although formula milk can be given to babies, but it certainly cannot be digested as easily as breast milk. This can cause digestive disorders in infants such as difficult bowel movements, diarrhea, and colic. Babies who experience colic can cry continuously for 3 hours or more for at least 3 days a week and can last up to around 3 weeks. Babies also appear to clench their fists, arch their backs, pull their knees to their stomachs, and their faces turn red. Colic can be influenced by formula milk / cow milk allergies, lactose intolerance, and gastroesophageal reflux disease.
But it needs to be re-confirmed whether the baby cries because of indigestion or because of other things. Babies cry, apart from feeling pain, can also be caused by babies feeling uncomfortable, hungry, sleepy, the environment is too hot, cold, noisy, bright, or the baby has diaper rash.
If there is a change in the chapter, the baby appears in pain, vomiting, or high-pitched crying, it would be better if you check your child to the pediatrician so that the causes and conditions can be ascertained while you also discuss the choice of formula milk. If needed, your doctor can provide further treatment to your child.
Here are some tips you can do:
Expand skin to skin with baby Give formula milk in accordance with the recommended amount, but still try to give ASI as much as possible Carry the baby with a bit upright but make sure you support his head and neck Swipe and gently massage the baby's stomach Send your baby after drinking milk Soothe the baby for example by listening his favorite song Bathe the baby with warm water Arrange to make the room as comfortable as possible Make sure all baby drinking equipment is cleaned and sterile Hopefully it can help you,