Sign Of A Fussy Baby Due To Hunger?
Hello .. want to ask .. baby after drinking milk .. like 2x and chapter 1x .. keep fussing .. is it a sign of being hungry again ?? Or just fuss want to sleep?
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Fussing for babies doesn't necessarily mean being hungry. This fuss can indicate the baby feels uncomfortable. In addition to being hungry, this trigger of discomfort can also be caused by:
Uncomfortable with the clothes, for example too tight, the diaper is wet, the material is rough
Uncomfortable in the environment, for example too cold, too hot, too noisy, too dazzled
Uncomfortable on the body, for example, pain, fever, runny nose, shortness, colic, and so on
Depending on your baby's age, posture, and current habits, the portion of breastfeeding may vary. However, generally, if your baby is still 0-6 months old, then he can suckle every 1 to 3 hours with a volume ranging from 60-120 ml each time breastfeeding. If your baby's age is greater, of course the milk needs can be different again. As for the adequacy of this baby's milk needs you can observe from the growth in body weight and length, if it is still according to the age standard, it means that your baby has gotten enough milk.
We recommend that you first do the following tips so that your baby's condition improves:
Feed him regularly every day, don't wait for him to thirst or cry loudly
If your baby is less than 6 months old, ONLY give him ASI
If your baby is more than 6 months old, add his milk with nutritious MPASI
After feeding, burp the baby
Do not breastfeed the baby while lying down, nor breastfeed the baby using a pacifier
Every 2 times a day, do a massage I love you so that babies do not easily experience colic
Always keep the environment around the baby clean
Condition also so that the environment around the baby is always comfortable, not noisy, not glare, not too cold or too hot
If the steps above have not succeeded in alleviating the condition of your baby, do not hesitate to check it directly to the doctor or the nearest pediatrician to be given the right treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.