Regarding Babies Who Are Not Suitable For Several Brands Of Formula Milk?
Tonight my child is 1mth15hr r nAt first, I gave it to me, but it was for the same to sneeze and then the consul to dsa was advised to drink enfamil gentlecare but instead the pup was runny … So I stopped r nWell, I replaced it immediately, but I vomited … I want the advice for my son’s support .. Thank you
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Beforehand, let us be clear, what is preventing you from breastfeeding your baby breast milk? Are there certain diseases that prevent you from breastfeeding your baby?
Giving formula milk to babies who are very young (less than 6 months) is indeed at high risk of causing digestive disorders, which can be characterized by nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, abdominal pain, and so on. Furthermore, this condition can lead to inadequate nutritional intake, which makes your baby's growth stunted.
Not only indigestion, improper formula feeding also has the potential to trigger other health problems, such as allergies (marked by coughing or sneezing), nutritional disorders, prone to choking, and so on.
For the various reasons above, WHO recommends exclusive breastfeeding without any additives (including formula milk) until the baby is 6 months old. Formula feeding should only be done if there is a very urgent reason, such as if the mother dies or the mother is sick and does not allow her to breastfeed (for example HIV), while a suitable breastfeeding donor has not been found. The choice of formula milk should also be made on the direct advice of the examining pediatrician.
So, you should take your child directly to a pediatrician. That way, doctors can evaluate what kind of milk is right and what he needs the most.
In the meantime, if there are no obstacles preventing you from being able to breastfeed your baby, you should focus on relactation (breastfeeding again). You can do this effort by following these steps:
Breastfeed as often as possible directly from the breast Avoid using a pacifier to prevent nipple confusion Gradually reduce the frequency of formula feeding and increase breastfeeding Express your milk every 1 to 2 hours to increase production. Maintain milk production, apart from frequent breastfeeding and expressing breast milk. also by drinking lots, eating a nutritionally balanced diet, and avoiding stress. Furthermore, you can consult directly with a lactation counselor at the nearest health facility.
I hope this helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah