Overcoming 7-month-old Babies Who Don’t Want To Be Weaned While The Mother Is Pregnant?
Afternoon doctor .. my first child is 7 months old in the process of weaning (since I am pregnant and I can feel cramps when breastfeeding with a long duration) by switching to milk because my child is exclusively breastfeeding from birth, I have tried 4 types of milk but tp ttp I don’t want to ever even vomit until the end of my vomiting, and lately my child is more often fussy and can cry even if his mouth can’t stop to suckle, if I escape I will definitely wake up, finally I try by collecting milk and put it in a pacifier bottle, but he clearly doesn’t want to even cry chasing until he chokes repeatedly, it turns out that the results of pumping ASI for half an hour I only get 60ml only .. I have to do what to my child? .. Please enlighten me and the direction of the doctor .. all that happened my child has made the scales decrease a lot ..
Hello Umu Sinan, thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com.
Breastfeeding a baby can basically be a natural means of delaying pregnancy, but sometimes many still remain pregnant even though they are breastfeeding. Because they are pregnant, sometimes problems will occur when breastfeeding such as reduced quality of breast milk, until the disruption of the health of the fetus in the womb and breastfed babies.
Some of the reasons that cause your baby to become fussy during your breastfeeding while pregnant right now are likely:
the taste of changed milk tends to be salty and less sweet (high milk content will colostrum) the amount of milk production decreases, so the baby feels less full when breastfeeding To make sure you should consult directly with your pediatrician, so that your baby can be examined and consultation can be more in-depth if indeed there is a problem in the baby or related to the condition of your pregnancy that affects milk. If indeed breastfeeding during pregnancy affects your child's health, then treatment can be earlier. Our advice to maintain the quality of your breast milk in order to remain good is:
Eat nutritionally balanced foods with extra calories, drink more and more rest. Manage your stress well so that breast milk production remains smooth so that it is more comfortable and does not get tired so you can breastfeed while sitting or sleeping on your side if your nipples hurt, you can compress it with cold water or apply a moisturizer Thus our explanation, hopefully useful.